Rachel Jeantel Speaks For The First Time Since The George Zimmerman Trial
The Prosecution's star witness Rachel Jeantel speaks with Piers Morgan, saying she was "disappointed, upset, angry" at the not guilty verdict.
Rachel Jeantel said at the beginning of the interview I was "disappointed, upset, angry, questioning, and mad" at the verdict.
"First of all, Trayvon Martin is not a 'thug,'" Rachel Jeantel told Piers Morgan about her late friend.
When Jeantel was asked by Piers Morgan about Zimmerman's attorney Don West she replied, "He's lucky, I'm a Christian."
Jeantel also explained she has an underbite, making it difficult for her to speak. "I have an underbite ... a lot of people have that situation. Words I could say, it can't come out right."
Rachel Jeantel spoke about Martin's marijuana use: "Weed didn't make him go crazy. It made him go hungry."
Jeantel says Zimmerman followed Martin because he was black. "It was racial. Let's be honest. If he was white. It was 7 o'clock. That's when people walk their dogs."
Asked what she would said to Zimmerman if given the chance, Jeantel replied: "If you were a real man, you would've gone on the stand and said what really happened."