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Washington Post Spins for NBC: Zimmerman a ‘Public Figure’

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Washington Post Spins for NBC: Zimmerman a ‘Public Figure’

The Washington Post is trying to help its sister-Obama-outlet NBC News in its battle with George Zimmerman, the security guard who shot Trayvon Martin. Last week Zimmerman filed suit against NBC Universal alleging that when NBC News mis-edited the 911 call he made before Martin was shot, he was defamed because it looked as though he uttered racial remarks.

The Post argues that Zimmerman should be judged as a public figure, not a private one, which would make his case for defamation much harder to prove. The evidence the post uses to support its claim is absurd.

The Post asserts that Zimmerman was a public figure at the time of the mis-edited 911 call because he had appeared on Sean Hannity’s TV show. The Post whines that even though Zimmerman was a private figure before the shooting, that doesn’t count:

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  • Niggishzidda

    He wouldn’t have been if NBC would have just stayed out of it instead of trying to provoke a racial riot in America.

  • 63Marine

    That punk kid would still be alive today if he would have been home and not out looking for something to get into. When he attacked Zimmerman, he got what he deserved….

  • dad666

    SEE HOW THEY RUN!!! should be a slam dunk case for zimmerman, especially since the new evidence shows clearly that he was violently attacked. NBC should be banned from their version of newscasting

  • Captain Chaos

    I stopped reading the Washington Post rag sheet 56 years ago and do not watch the National Communist BS station or any of the lame stream net works.

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