Thursday, June 27, 2013

A Creepy Ass Cracker

As the Trayvon Martin murder trial progresses, the revelations of evidence that is being revealed is amazing. The state's star witness claims that she was on the phone with Martin the night he was killed and that he referred to George Zimmerman following him as some "creepy ass cracker." Yet on follow up questioning by the defense, she states that she does not believe that the term is either racial derogatory, racist or insulting.

This is what America has come to people. Just this week, Paula Deen is fighting for her life against accusations that she used the "N" word decades ago. Her business empire is collapsing and her partnerships and sponsors are withdrawing like rats from a sinking ship. And why? Because she has admitted that she used the word a long long time ago. She committed the unthinkable. She uttered the UN-utterable.she cannot be forgiven, she must be destroyed.

Yet is is perfectly alright for others to use these words and it is perfectly alright for them to use their own racially derogatory and outright racist terms when referring to white people. Not only can they use them, but they can sit in a court of law and testify to them and the American media doesn't even so much as blush. The media dutifully reports the statement being made by Trayvon MArtin on the night eh was killed and then move on to other things, while also neglecting the obvious ambiguity of the states witness and the changing stories between her interviews, depositions and testimony in court.

Today The Smoking Gun is reporting that this same witness scrubbed her Twitter account the night before testifying. But it looks like The Smoking Gun got screen shots of what was there before it was destroyed. Needless to say, these commentaries are probably actionable and worthy of subpoena. The only problem now is, they will have to be subpoenaed from The Smoking Gun. Could this be construed as evidence tampering? Probably not, but the Twitters that this witness posted prior to destroying the record, most certainly speak directly to her character and honesty or lack there of.

I guess it's alright for this underage female to boast of drinking with her friends that she refers to by the "N" word although spelled differently in her Tweets. But heaven forbid that a middle aged white woman tell the truth and admit to something that happened decades ago.

The Trayvon Martin trial once again reveals the racial truth of America. The reality is displayed fully and the American media manipulates the entire drama and the mainstream dumb masses of Americans never say a word. They are too afraid to. They are afraid of being singled out for scorn for having acknowledged the bias and racial hypocrisy that is rampant in this country.
Prosecution Witness: Martin Said He Thought 'Creepy Ass Cracker' Zimmerman Was Rapist

Testifying in the Geoge Zimmerman trial, prosecution witness Rachel Jeantel, 19, who says she was on the phone with Trayvon Martin before he was shot, explained that Martin told her that a “creepy ass cracker” was following him. According to Jeantel, Martin was worried that Zimmerman was a rapist, and said to “stop playing with him like that.” He also told Jeantel, she said, that the “n----- is now following him.”

Zimmerman Prosecution Star Witness: 'Cracker' Not a Racial Term

 Prosecution star witness Rachel Jeantel, the 19-year-old to whom Trayvon Martin was reportedly speaking while he was being followed by George Zimmerman, admitted again on the stand on Thursday that she had changed her testimony about Zimmerman’s words. Originally, she told police that after Martin asked Zimmerman why he was following him, Zimmerman answered, “What are you talking about?” Later, she changed that to, “What are you doing around here?”

As Kathi Belich of WFTV reports, “The first answer could indicate #Zimmermanon9 was not following Martin. The second answer could indicate he was following.”

Jeantel then testified that she had a friend write a letter to Sybrina Fulton, the mother of Trayvon Martin, stating that Zimmerman had said, “What are you doing around here?” According to Jeantel, the letter was signed “Diamond Eugene.” While Jeantel said in testimony that she heard Martin say “get off me,” the letter made no mention of that.

Jeantel also said that she remembered Martin family attorney Benjamin Crump asking her whether the case was racial, and answering yes. Only one problem: that wasn’t in the recording Crump provided the defense.
Jeantel said she didn't believe "cracker" was a racial term, after testifying yesterday that Martin said that a "creepy ass cracker" was following him.

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