George Zimmerman is now targeting Trayvon Martin’s family, he’s filing a lawsuit against them for $100,000,000 dollars.
According to the press release, the lawsuit alleges that Rachel Jeantel, the prosecution’s key witness during the 2013 trial, was both “an imposter and fake witness.”
The lawsuit is also coming after Benjamin Crump, Trayvon Martin’s father for defamation because of his recently published book “Open Season: Legalized Genocide of Colored People.”
Larry Klayman, who’s representing George Zimmerman gives details of the lawsuit on his website:
Specifically, the complaint alleges that in March 2012, the Sanford Police Department thoroughly investigated the shooting of Trayvon Martin and closed the case as self-defense. A week later, Martin family attorney Benjamin Crump produced a recorded audio tape of “Diamond Eugene” whom he said was Trayvon’s 16-year-old girlfriend who was on the phone with Trayvon just before the altercation. However, two weeks later, 18-year-old Rachel Jeantel, the alleged imposter, appeared before prosecutors claiming to be “Diamond Eugene” and provided false statements to incriminate Zimmerman based on coaching from others.
These allegations are the result of newly discovered evidence just published in a book and film by Hollywood film director Joel Gilbert, called The Trayvon Hoax: Unmasking the Witness Fraud that Divided America. Based on Trayvon’s cell phone records, they allegedly show that Rachel Jeantel was not Trayvon’s girlfriend, was not on the phone with Trayvon before the altercation, and that she lied repeatedly to cause Zimmerman’s arrest and to try to send him to prison for life. The research also allegedly reveals that Trayvon’s real girlfriend and legitimate phone witness was in fact Miami resident Brittany Diamond Eugene, who was switched out for Jeantel when Eugene refused to bear false witness against Zimmerman.
The people named in this lawsuit include are accused of:
“knowing about or should have known about the witness fraud, obstructing justice, or lied repeatedly under oath in order to cover up their knowledge of the witness fraud.”
The defendants in the lawsuit include:
Sybrina Fulton, Trayvon’s mother and 2020 Miami-Dade Commission candidate; Tracy Martin, Trayvon’s father; Benjamin Crump, attorney representing the Martin family; Florida prosecutors Bernie de la Rionda, John Guy, and Angela Corey; book publisher HarperCollins; the Florida Department of Law Enforcement; and the state of Florida.