(Article by Jack Cashill republished from WND.com)
Armed with Gilbert's new information, Judicial Watch founder Larry Klayman and his client George Zimmerman are about to make the media's job much more difficult. Indeed, they may even force the media to start telling the truth about the controversial 2012 shooting of Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Florida.
In his film and book, Gilbert proves beyond any doubt that Trayvon Martin's parents and their attorney, Benjamin Crump, substituted an impostor for the real "phone witness" in Zimmerman's 2013 murder trial and in the depositions that led up to it.
In a 2012 deposition, the perjured testimony of that impostor, Rachel Jeantel, enabled the State of Florida to arrest Zimmerman and take him to trial. Evidence strongly suggests that state attorneys knew the witness was a fraud.
On Tuesday, Dec. 3, Klayman filed suit on behalf of Zimmerman in the Circuit Court of Florida's 10th Judicial Circuit. Zimmerman is bringing this action against Trayvon's mother, Sybrina Fulton, his father, Tracy Martin, the family attorney, Benjamin Crump, the real phone witness, Brittany Diamond Eugene, and the fraudulent stand-in, Rachel Jeantel.
Also named in the suit are the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE), the State of Florida, former state attorneys Bernie de la Rionda, John Guy and Angela Corey, and HarperCollins, the publisher of Crump's defamatory new book, "Open Season: Legalized Genocide of Colored People."
The state attorneys and the FDLE are being sued for malicious prosecution and abuse of process. All the defendants save for HarperCollins are being sued for civil conspiracy. Crump and HarperCollins meanwhile are being sued for defamation.
At the heart of the suit is the conspiracy charge. Klayman and his client accuse all of the defendants except HarperCollins of "working together in concert … to put on a false witness with a made-to-order false storyline to try to fraudulently create probable cause to arrest Plaintiff Zimmerman and to try to fraudulently obtain a conviction against Plaintiff Zimmerman."
The defendants effectively ruined Zimmerman's life on April 2, 2012, five weeks after the shooting. On that fateful day, de la Rionda flew to Miami from Jacksonville to depose Diamond Eugene, the girl who was on the phone with Trayvon up to the moment of his death.
Fulton had met with Diamond Eugene at least once before, in mid-March. Fulton shared this information with de la Rionda under oath earlier on April 2. In fact, Fulton drove Eugene home after her first meeting with the 16-year-old.
On April 2, when Fulton drove with de la Rionda to Eugene's home, they were redirected to another address. "I knocked on the door and axed for Diamond," Fulton said in a 2013 deposition.
According to the lawsuit, "However, rather than Defendant Eugene coming to the door, Defendant Jeantel appeared and claimed that she was 'Diamond Eugene.'"
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