No Justice For Trayvon: Rachel Jeantel Speaks Out – Blames Herself “A Little Bit” For Racist Murderer George Zimmerman Walking Free [Video]

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Rachel Jeantel Blames Herself For George Zimmerman Verdict

R.I.P. Trayvon...

Via Mediaite:

It’s been just over a year since the world was introduced to Rachel Jeantel, the friend of Trayvon Martin’s who testified on behalf of the prosecution in the George Zimmerman murder trial, but may have ended up doing more harm than good.

CNN caught up with Jeantel this week, asking her if she blamed herself when Zimmerman went free. “A little bit,” she replied. Asked if she should have said something different or acted differently on the stand, she answered, “Act different.” Jeantel said the jurors in the case didn’t take her seriously as a witness, judging her for the way she looks and talks.

While Jeantel’s reading level was not above that of a third grader last summer, she has since turned her life around, undergoing intensive tutoring and graduating from high school this spring. She now credits the turnaround to her experience with the trial, saying she kept her word to Trayvon Martin to complete her high school education.

Do you agree with Rachel? Perhaps GZ would be locked up if she would have acted differently??? Watch the video below and discuss…

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