Does anyone else see this as ridiculous rate bating by the media? I mean this case was followed by the MSM since the incident happened, by since then, there have been hundreds of murders, tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of casualties in the US since this event. Who is bringing up a rule of law issue here? The jury either came to a faulty decision or they didn't, but they made their ruling. Thats rule of law. Trial of your peers. Its sad what happened, but how many other friggin disasters have happened since then? The 24 hour news cycle at work. We got a big story about rule of law being broken under PRISM, and then 24 hour news cycle pundits like Anderson Cooper (Vanderbilt) are on this 24/7 race baiting. Which leads to a conclusion I even made in a research paper years ago that as unemployment rises, so do racial tensions as the fluid competitive system theorized goes back to rigid competitive. Poor whites have more in common with poor blacks then the entire upper 1% of wage earners. But thats another story.
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