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Book: Trayvon Martin case based on fraud

This just in: The Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman case from February of 2012 was based on fraud.

If you recall, Zimmerman was determined to have acted in self-defense and was released — a justifiable homicide. Three weeks later, a lawyer emerged with damning testimony from Trayvon’s girlfriend, testimony that made Zimmerman the object of a renewed investigation and much subsequent trouble.

Barrack Obama came out and said, “If I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon Martin.” That year we had all manner of racial division, rioting and the emergence of BLM, Antifa, etc. It is likely that this racial division helped elect Obama to a second term later that year, as the black voting bloc was not yet convinced that they wanted another four years.

Now it has been proven that Trayvon’s girlfriend was a hoax, an imposter, a coached witness, a total fraud. There is a book and a documentary by filmmaker Joel Gilbert detailing what really happened: “The Trayvon Hoax; Unmasking the Witness Fraud that Divided America.”

We’re not in Kansas anymore.

Steve Smith

Kahului