27 June 2013

So, if President Obama had a...

...daughter-in-law, would she be just like Rachel Jeantel?

halls of macadamia/Let's, just for the moment, put aside the fact that Ms Jeantel has already admitted committing perjury...

A teenage friend of Trayvon Martin was forced to admit today in the George Zimmerman murder trial that she did not write a letter that was sent to Martin's mother describing what she allegedly heard on a phone call with Martin moments before he was shot.

Jeantel, 19, was unable to read any of the letter save for her name.
So, in addition to lying under oath, this compassionate, intellectual charmer also got someone to forge a letter in her name that was sent to Trayvons mother. What's next... a message from Trayvon from the other side?
She is seen as a critical witness to the prosecution because she is the only person able to say that Martin claimed that he noticed a strange man following him and that he was scared. Jeantel said Martin described the stranger as a "creepy ass cracker."
The fact that the prosecution was willing to put this person on the witness stand is a measure of how desperate they are.

A mans life hangs in the balance. Should Rachel Jeantel be allowed to push George Zimmerman off this judicial cliff?


calling johnnie cochrane**********

LAST WORD: She's one classy lady...

...unfortunately, all of it low...
The witness also used the “N” word three times, testifying it was the word Martin used to describe Zimmerman, who’d been following him.
(via ffof)


Patsplace said...

I think that because Treyvon is "just like what my child would look like" BH Obama, they're afraid to find him not guilty because the tribes will burn their homes. Race war coming????? or already here??

Michael Harkov said...

Zimmerman is going to be acquitted. Then the aftermath of the Rodney King case will resume.

handbanana said...

how does someone manage to get past the age of 8 without figuring out how to read?

Neo Conservative said...

"handbanana asks... how does someone manage to get past the age of 8 without figuring out how to read?"

never a "community organiser" around when you really need one, i guess.

i'm actually a little more disturbed by the prosecution using a known perjurer as a witness in a life & death court case.


Anonymous said...

This case should never have come to trial. The media and Jessie Jackson are totally to blame.