Fox Report weekend anchor Harris Faulkner sat down with Judge Alex Ferrer to break down the latest developments in the George Zimmerman murder trial. The prosecution’s star witness, Rachel Jeantel, took the stand last week. She was on the phone with Martin when he encountered Zimmerman. Her testimony, according to analysts, helped the defense more than the prosecution.
In a jam-packed Kelly's Court on Thursday's America Live, Megyn Kelly looked at the bewildering testimony of Rachel Jeantel, the star witness in the prosecution's case against George Zimmerman in Trayvon Martin murder trial. The 19-year-old told the jury that Martin said in a phone call the night of his murder that the man following him 'looked like a creepy-a** cracker.'
In a contentious back and forth during testimony in the George Zimmerman murder trial on Thursday, the prosecution's star witness, Rachel Jeantel, told the defense during questioning that she believed that statements she overheard while on the phone with Trayvon Martin exhibited a racial element ... but not because of comments made by Martin.
Rachel Jeantel, the prosecution's star witness in the trial against George Zimmerman known previously only as witness #8, testified in a Florida courtroom today.