"A Mother of the Movement to prevent gun violence, @SybrinaFulton has already helped turn tragedy into action," tweeted Hillary Clinton on Sept. 27.
"Now she's running for office as a Miami-Dade County Commissioner, District 1" Hillary continued. "If you can, contribute to help her win and make the change we need."
This tweet followed by a week the premier at the National Press Club in Washington of Joel Gilbert's new film, "The Trayvon Hoax: Unmasking the Witness Fraud That Divided America."
In the film, and in the accompanying book of the same name, Gilbert proves beyond any doubt, reasonable or otherwise, that the State of Florida's star witness in the murder case against George Zimmerman was an impostor.
That young woman who testified at the trial was the heavy-set, educationally challenged Rachel Jeantel. Jeantel claimed to be Trayvon Martin's girlfriend, the one who was on the phone with Martin in the minutes before Zimmerman shot him in obvious self-defense.
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After months of painstaking research, Gilbert found the real girlfriend, a Haitian-American hottie named Brittany Diamond Eugene, then 16.
Although pressured by the Martin family and its attorneys to serve up a false account of Trayvon's last minutes, Eugene finally refused to perjure herself, and Jeantel was recruited to serve as the fraudulent phone witness.
As Gilbert also proved beyond doubt, only one adult knew for sure of the witness switch, and that was Trayvon's biological mother, Sybrina Fulton, the subject of Hillary's tweet.
On March 19, 2012, three weeks after the shooting, Fulton met with Eugene at Fulton's home. Eugene gave her a letter signed "Diamond Eugene," allegedly at this meeting, detailing the sequence of events on the night Trayvon was shot.
According to Fulton's March 2013 deposition, no one else at her home, including ex-husband Tracy, saw Eugene during her visit on March 19. Fulton told the authorities she drove Eugene back to her home on Flamingo Drive in Miramar and spoke to Eugene's mother.
When state prosecutors arrived in Miami on April 2, 2012, to interview Eugene, Fulton directed them to Eugene's home on Flamingo Drive.
Upon arriving there and not finding Eugene, they were redirected to another home where they found Rachel Jeantel who was improbably introduced to them as Trayvon's girlfriend, "Diamond."
In her deposition with Zimmerman's attorney, Fulton confirmed, "I knocked on the door and asked for Diamond."
Upset, Fulton managed to break away to call the real Diamond Eugene.
We know this because Fulton told Zimmerman's attorneys that she left "Diamond" alone in the police car for a few minutes and because of Diamond Eugene's tweets.
At almost precisely the time Fulton and the prosecutors found Jeantel, "approximately 1830," Diamond posted several tweets.
The first, at 6:27 p.m., read, "Trayvon Martin Mom Just Called Me." Diamond followed five minutes later with, "She Thought I Was Trayvon Girlfriend, Asking Me Hella Questions O_o."
The authorities brought Jeantel back to Fulton's house to interview her in Fulton's presence.
"This was a seminal moment for Sybrina," Gilbert writes in his accompanying book. "Her son's legacy was at stake. This she knew."
Gilbert continues, "What she did not know is that by perpetuating The Trayvon Hoax she would help launch Black Lives Matter. Nor could she know that BLM would inflame black America at Ferguson with disastrous consequences for African American teenagers in the years ahead."
Zimmerman was arrested solely on the basis of Jeantel's perjured testimony. On the witness stand, Jeantel claimed "Diamond Eugene" was her nickname but proved unable to read the account of events to which she signed her name.
For all of her flaws, however, Jeantel never broke character. Still, Zimmerman was acquitted. All real evidence supported his claim of self-defense.
Fulton is now running against Miami Gardens Mayor Oliver Gilbert (no relation to Joel) for an open seat on the Miami-Dade County Commission. Although Gilbert has raised considerably more money, endorsements by Hillary and Sen. Cory Booker may even the score.
Hillary encouraged her social media followers to donate to Fulton, who campaigned for Clinton in 2016 and spoke at the Democratic National Convention.
The real scandal here is a media scandal. Hillary has no idea of the trouble Fulton may soon be in. The major media absolutely refuse to know what Joel Gilbert has proved.
That is not surprising. What is surprising is that the Florida media do not want to know. I have personally emailed at least a half dozen reporters at several Florida newspapers without getting a single response.
Here's hoping Hillary's tweet opens some doors and maybe even some eyes.
Will any Florida reporter ask Fulton about her not coming forward to reveal that the key witness in the Zimmerman trial was an impostor?
Does any Florida reporter want a Pulitzer Prize?