Callie Crossley and Frank Sesno join Howard Kurtz to discuss how the coverage of the Trayvon Martin case has hardened into ideological viewpoints.
mr kurtz,you ris great.but,ya just have to cover all the foolish,,nyc-ers,legal experts(napolitano//shep smith/others,commenting on florida law/courts!!!.just watched hln,,mike&martin savidge,s interview,,what a scam-misinformation-propagada. they dont kno the difference between an arrest warrant,,vs a ,"capias",,watch the segment,,and verify the info with a florida judge or seasoned l.e.o.,,,.
And your coverage of NBC's edited 911 tapes . . . flacid . . . weak . . . biased.
Conversely, it would be hard to find a White who has dwelled for long in an area with a sizeable Black population who has not had a significant experience with Black crime. People carry their experiences as a kind of baggage.
I was pleased to see a fellow Bostonian like Crossley on the show. What's more, I agreed with her insightful statements. Overall, a good segment with everyone involved.
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