Trial Was a Media Circus of Partisanship

Editor, News-Register:

When is it OK to kill? The shameful behavior of the media in the George Zimmerman-Trayvon Martin murder trial is an insult to network broadcasting.

The pundits embarrassed themselves again. The liberals convict, the conservatives to acquit was a trial of opinion in the public domain along partisan lines in the land that constitutionally guarantees innocent until proven guilty by a jury of peers, not a circus of opinions not seeking justice, but trying to create a ruckus.

Steve Kopa