Writing at nro.com, Thomas Sowell tells readers, “The political perversion of the criminal-justice system (in the Zimmerman case) began early and at the top, with the president of the United States. Unlike other public officials, who decline to comment on criminal cases that have not yet been tried in court, Barrack Obama chose to say, if I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon.” That intrusion into the criminal justice should have stopped proceedings against Zimmerman cold. The case, in fact, never should have gone to trial in the first place as the local Sanford police found insufficient evidence for prosecution. Who is going to compensate the Zimmerman family for the irrefutable damage done to them?
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Richard C. Young is the editor of Richard C. Young’s Intelligence Report, and a contributing editor to both Richardcyoung.com and Youngresearch.com.