What you say (and tweet) can be used against you in a court of law. 19 year old Rachel Jeantel, who was on the phone with Trayvon Martin before his encounter with George Zimmerman, recently deleted over 50 tweets from her personal twitter account @MsRachel_94.
Numerous of her tweets involved alcoholic consumption, drug use and On Febraury 26th, a year after Trayvon’s death, Rachel tweeted “Omg people calling n praying n shit lol I need a drink smoke and a pray my head killing me right now cannot wait when this day end.”
Four days before the trial began, Rachel tweet out a picture of bottles of alcohol with the caption “16months later wowww I need a drink.”
While Rachel’s deletion of seemingly innocuous tweets that have no relevance to the court case might seem trivial, it comes in light of a defense team for George Zimmerman who unsuccessfully attempted to get Trayvon Martin’s marijuana use added as evidence in the court case.