In this stunning work of investigative journalism, filmmaker Joel Gilbert uncovers the true story of the shooting of Trayvon Martin, a case that divided America. By examining Trayvon’s 750-page phone records, Gilbert discovers that Rachel Jeantel, the key witness whose testimony led to the prosecution of George Zimmerman, was a fraud. Gilbert's research takes him to the high schools of Miami Gardens, into the back alleys of Little Haiti, and finally to Florida State University where he finds Trayvon's real girlfriend, Diamond Eugene, the girl who actually was on the phone with Trayvon in his final minutes. Gilbert confirms his revelations with forensic handwriting analysis and DNA testing. He then exposes in detail the most consequential hoax in recent judicial history and reveals how The Trayvon Hoax was ground zero for the downward spiral of race relations in America. This incredible film and book have the potential to bring America back together again.
WHAT DID THEY KNOW?
Bernie de la Rionda
Martin family attorney
Martin family advisor
Diamond’s best friend
Trayvon’s best friend
Trayvon’s good friend
"I stumbled into the most spectacular case of identity fraud in modern American judicial history. I call it
‘The Trayvon Hoax.’ "
The Trayvon Hoax
Unmasking the Witness Fraud that
Filmmaker Joel Gilbert uncovers the true story of the shooting of Trayvon Martin that divided America. By examining his 750-page phone records, Gilbert discovers the key witness in the trial of George Zimmerman, Rachel Jeantel, was a fraud. Gilbert locates Trayvon's real girlfriend, Diamond Eugene, who actually was on the phone with Trayvon in his final minutes, and exposes the epic judicial hoax.
Mind Blowing Revelations
Joel Gilbert's extraordinary investigative work pays off with mind-blowing revelations. I thought I knew the Trayvon Martin story. I didn't know the half of it. The Trayvon Hoax should shake up national debate on race and crime.
Author: If I Had A Son
Race, Guns, and the Railroading of George Zimmerman
Old Fashioned Detective Work
With a stunning amount of old fashioned detective work, Joel Gilbert has ripped the cover off of the tragic Trayvon Martin story to expose one of the worst judicial frauds in American history, and how it was used to divide America along racial lines. Pulitzer Prize!