Something has always been off with the Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman trial years ago when the prosecutions start witness seemed to have problems with her testimony.
Now Zimmerman discovered something about his trial that is so messed up that he is now suing everyone over the prosecution of his case and the defamation it caused him. The biggest issue, Zimmerman claims, is that Trayvon Martin’s girlfriend who testified at his trial was an imposter. The girl that testified was Rachel Jeantel, who was an 18-year-old ninth-grader with a severe learning disability and she wasn't really his girlfriend at all.
His real girlfriend, Diamond Eugene had refused to testify so she was replaced with Jeantel.
The prosecuting team also withheld evidence and lied about Martin’s phone being broken. But according to Zimmerman's lawyers, the phone wasn’t broken. When the phone was examined it showed that Martin and Eugene spoke and texted one another for hours each day.
Zimmerman is suing Trayvon’s parents, both girls, the state of Florida, and the prosecutors for a total of $100 million.
The lawsuit comes after a documentary surrounding the case titled “The Trayvon Hoax" was released and revealed the corruption from the prosecution.
According to The Daily Caller
Prosecutors initially had no contact with Eugene except through Fulton, but on April 2, 2012, they insisted on meeting her, so Fulton led them to her residence, it says. They knocked on the door and were referred to a different house, where Jeantel answered and claimed to be Diamond Eugene.
“Defendant Eugene could in no way be mistaken for Defendant Jeantel, who was 2 years older, 5 inches taller, and about 120 pounds heavier than Defendant Eugene. Defendant Fulton was alarmed and immediately called Defendant Eugene, who tweeted at about that same time at 6:27 PM ‘Trayvon Martin Mom just called me’ and at 6:32 PM ‘She thought I was Trayvon Girlfriend, Asking Me Hella Questions,’” the lawsuit said, citing phone records and social media records.
Nevertheless, Fulton went back inside and sat next to Jeantel as she was interviewed, without telling prosecutors “what she knew, that Defendant Jeantel was not Defendant Eugene, that Defendant Jeantel was not Trayvon’s girlfriend, that Defendant Jeantel was not the girl she had met with in her home on March 19, had spoken with 7 times, had texted with some 30 times, had driven back to her home at 2648 Flamingo Drive on March 19,” it continued.