Many were absolutely shocked and shocked to learn that George Zimmerman had decided to sue the parents of the late Trayvon Martin – whom he had murdered in 2012. A few hours later, Trayvon Martin’s family lawyer officially reacted as we hoped. he would do it.
As previously announced, although he was acquitted of the murder of Trayvon Martin almost eight years ago, George Zimmerman apparently reached the conclusion that his freedom was insufficient – since he is now asking for $ 100 million. dollars to the family of Trayvon and Florida state attorneys defamation and false witnesses at his 2013 murder trial.
Zimmerman and his legal team came to base the lawsuit on Trayvon’s mobile phone books, in which they claim to prove that Rachel Jeantel was not Trayvon’s girlfriend, that she was not on the phone with Trayvon before her murder and that she had lied several times to provoke Zimmerman’s arrest. and try to send him to prison.
The press release relating to the lawsuit states:
“The investigation also revealed that Trayvon’s true friend and her lawful witness on the phone were actually Brittany Diamond Eugene, a resident of Miami, who was replaced by Jeantel when Eugene refused to bring a false witness against Zimmerman.”
Trayvon Martin family lawyer Benjamin Crump fought back in a public statement:
“I am confident that this unfounded and imprudent trial will be revealed – this is another unsuccessful attempt to defend the indefensible and a shameless attempt to enjoy the lives and sorrows of others. This plaintiff continues to show complete disregard for everyone, except himself, revictimizing individuals whose lives have been shattered by his own misguided actions. He would have us believe that he is the innocent victim of a deep conspiracy, despite the complete lack of credible evidence to support his extravagant claims. This story defies all logic and it is time to close the door to these unfounded fantasies. “
If you remember, George Zimmerman has been grappling with many legal problems since being acquitted of the murder of Trayvon … yet he remains a free man.
Roommates, what do you think of this?