Prosecutors: George Zimmerman talked in code during calls from jail
Prosecutors released six phone calls between a jailed George Zimmerman and his wife Monday that they say prove Shellie Zimmerman lied when she told a judge they were broke.
The couple is accused of speaking in code while discussing how to handle money donated to Zimmerman through a website he created after being arrested for gunning down Trayvon Martin. Prosecutors say the couple had access to at least $130,000 just before Zimmerman was freed on $150,000 bond.
During one conversation, Zimmerman also asks his wife to get a vest -- possibly a bulletproof one -- for him, her and defense attorney Mark O'Mara.
The two also discussed how to get him safely out of jail in a rented car.
As for hiding him inside the car, he said, "Well, I have my hoodie," a possible joke referring to the hooded sweatshirt Martin wore the night Zimmerman shot him.
Prosecutors hope to use the calls to convince a judge to lock Zimmerman back in jail and to charge his wife with perjury.