What doesn't seem logical to me is that BDLR says:
Witness 8 did everything she could to keep from being identified, including using her nickname so she would not be subjected to what is now happening to her. See attached letter Witness 8 gave Victim's mother, Sybrina Fulton, prior to the recorded phone call with Trayvon Martin's (sic) attorney, Benjamin Crump.
What in the content of the letter supports the assertion that "Witness 8 did everything she could to keep from being identified"? If, as some have conjectured, the redacted writing is a nickname to keep her identity secret, why would it need to be redacted? And though I now agree with nomatter_nevermind that the redaction isn't too long to be a full name, I think it's too long to be a normal nickname, especially "DeeDee."