Trayvon’s legal representation

Sometimes while working on one post, I start to go down a rabbit hole that I realize should really be another post all together.  This is one of those.

I was working on my Trayvon Martin Rest in Power: Pt 4, conclusion and thought I’d touch on Jasmine Rand.

Rand was one of the two civil rights attorneys that took up the Trayvon Martin case.  Rand was an associate for Ben Crump at his firm.

In episode 4, Rand starts to do interviews about the trial.

I remembered her from the days following the trial being a representative of the Martin family on TV.  She gave an insane interview on Greta van Susteren’s show in which she openly criticized the jury and said that she was more of a social engineer than a lawyer.

I searched “Jasmine Rand” in Google.

The No. 2 hit was her law firm website.  She no longer works for Ben Crump and is now on her own.

Her website is pretty weak.  I know that shouldn’t matter, but it’s just not a well designed website.  Hell, her business email address is listed @gmail.  She didn’t even spring for an @domain email address.

The No. 1 hit in Google was her Instagram page.  Boy howdy, that’s a doozie.

It’s pretty much 50/50 social justice platitudes superimposed on pictures of Trayvon Martin or Michael Brown, and pictures of her glorious ta-tas pouring out of the top of some dress.

Picture of Trayvon in a hoodie… picture of her on a beach with her tits front and center.


This is an attorney.  She supposedly makes money representing clients in a court of law.  Oh yeah, and cleavage.

You wonder why the aftermath of the Trayvon Martin shooting turned into a shit-show?

The two people who lead the charge were a cut-rate Al Sharpton wannabe with none of the charisma and Tits McGee, Esq.

Clearly, they were in it for themselves and not anyone else.

Look, I’m not a lawyer.  My dad was and I used to clerk for him.  I know lawyers in Miami.  I’m not going to give you legal advice, but just a personal hint.

If you can make a very accurate guess of your prospective counsel’s cup size from her social media page but her professional website can’t even embed hyperlinks, she might not be the best person to represent you in court.

This just explains so much of what we saw five years ago.  All ego and no brains.


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