In a shocking turn of events Rachel Jeantel couldn’t read her own written letter describing the events of the Trayvon Martin / Zimmerman encounter because it was in cursive

One must understand the defective pathology that exists in the minds of almost all blacks. You see, “young master trayvon felt “disrespected” for being asked what business he had in that community. (Any ordinary civilized person would have stated that he had relatives there and would have been on his way). His only possible response (due to his defective black pathology) was to pummel and attempt to murder Mr. Zimmerman. In this way, he would regain his “respect”. If “young master trayvon” had been successful in murdering Mr. Zimmerman, it would not even make the evening news. It would definitely not be reported as a “(racial) hate crime” Worse, Zimmerman most likely was headed back to his car when Trayvon saw this as a sign of weakness and jumped him from behind, a standard black tactic. Except Trayvon miscalculated that Zimmerman was armed.

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. “Cracker” is only racist if whites say it.

By SENI TIENABESO (@seniABC) and MATT GUTMAN (@mattgutmanABC)
SANFORD, Fla. June 27, 2013

A woman who was talking on the phone to Trayvon Martin moments before he was shot and killed by George Zimmerman acknowledged on the stand today that she does not know whether Zimmerman or Martin started the fatal fight.

The testimony of Rachel Jeantel, 19, was dissected over two days of often testy cross examination by Zimmerman’s lawyers in which she was challenged on her assertion that she heard Martin say “get off” just before he was shot.

Zimmerman, 29, is on trial for second degree murder in Martin’s death on Feb. 26, 2012. Martin, 17, was unarmed, but Zimmerman mantains he shot the teenager in self defense.

Jeantel, a key prosecution witness in the racially charged trial, testified that she was talking on the phone with Martin when he told her a “creepy ass cracker” was following him. She told defense lawyer Don West that “cracker” is how she referred to white people in her community.

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She had testified that she “could hear” Martin say “get off” to Zimmerman, although West said that during a taped interview with the prosecutor before the trial she had said that she “couldn’t hear.” West suggested that prosecutor Bernie de la Rionda coached her to say she could hear Martin.

Jeantel, 19, put her hands on her head as she listened in court today to the audio of her interview with de la Rionda, but what she said on the tape was not 100 percent clear. After the tape played Jeantel insisted that she said she could hear Martin, but that prosecutor de la Rionda did not understand her.

However, West got Jeantel to acknowledge under oath that she didn’t know if Zimmerman or Martin started the fight the night the teen died.

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“The last thing you heard was something hitting somebody?” West asked her.

“Trayvon got hit,” Jeantel said.

“You don’t know that, do you?” the defense lawyer said.

“No sir,” she said.

“You don’t know that he didn’t take his fist and drive it into Zimmerman’s face do you?” the lawyer pressed.