Well, all the people convinced that Crump and Co. invented a story from whole cloth for the young lady to claim was the content of her telephone conversation are convinced they had access to everything the police had and more, almost before they had it.
I don't know how much you would call "invented." I do think that her version was sanitized. I don't know if it is coaching or simply the fact that she is trying to protect the memory of her dead friend. Maybe it is a combination of both.
Crump and Co. did a lot of damage to GZ's right to a fair trial, IMO. A vast majority of the misinformation that was placed in the media was generated by them. Daryl Parks went so far as to say that TM should have been beating GZ's arse for following him. Was it Natalie Jackson or Benjamin Crump himself that called GZ a cold-blooded murderer? AFAIAC, they have/had no ethics when pushing their cause about him racially profiling TM. They have been proven wrong. The FBI reports back it up. Instead of owning up to it, they went silent. I don't think he should sue them for cash. I think he should demand an apology.
They pushed the innocent child coming home with tea and candy along with a picture of a 12 or 13yr old TM. That is not the young man that met GZ at the "T" that night. More than likely, the innocent stroll to Brandi Green's turned into an altercation that threw that innocence out the window. IMO, he began to assault GZ after either returning to the "T" or laying in wait to see what GZ was up to. That is a criminal action.
Of the few things that have come out about the negative behavior of TM, I really can't think of something that was not true. That is not saying there isn't, I am just saying I can't think of anything. There was that one photo that circulated around the web of TM flashing two birds at the camera in low slung pants that was proven not to be him but it never made the national media to my limited knowledge.
((I would have believed Dee Dee more readily if she had said that Trayvon said "WTF is your problem?" I think the "Why are you following me for" is not aggressive and could have elicited a different response from George Zimmerman than to cause him to get alarmed enough to reach for his phone. They are just not fighting words. It isn't like TM, much like GZ, wasn't adverse to throwing around the "F" bomb.
Even the State has begrudgingly admitted that GZ was struck by TM... months later. You will note that they didn't say anything about GZ landing a punch of his own in that altercation. Why? Because there is no evidence that GZ was able to do that while there is evidence that TM had.))
All IMO, might I add...