Originally Posted by Fuuma
Is that the kinda place where you can double-kick little girls in the stomach?
Only if your soul has been searching for such a destination...
Interesting now to watch that the same networks who built the beatified image of T now using the same gusto and exploitation to "question" it. Was he a drug dealer? Was he on suspension? Why was he in this neighborhood? What did he look like? etc etc. These were issues they knew and/or were available literally from the start; they were intentionally suppressed because they didn't fit with the narrative they'd constructed OR (tinhat smiley) because one could exploit and extend the longevity of the story through intentional suppression/selection of images and information.
Edit; one unintended/strange consequence of watching this story and reading the "narrative" is that, by now, I'm so sick of it that I simply don't care anything about it anymore. I've lost any emotional interest or connection to the case, to T, to Z, or anybody else... and the disingenuous coverage has just made me wish it would just go away. As expected, that important discussion of real social issues never happened.
Edit edit; and why somebody like Jonathan Capehart is viewed as an "expert" in anything is beyond me; his "analysis" makes Fareed Zakaria look like Immanuel Kant.