To Joseph Sabino Mistick: I'm puzzled by your column “After Zimmerman's acquittal, the broader tragedy.” Your opinion lends itself to the bandwagon of injustice, but in reality there is the continuing racism against whites. The outcry that many have bought into is this media circus for revenge.
Little or nothing is said of the injuries sustained by George Zimmerman. Were they self-inflicted?
You speak of the black homicide rate but fail to identify that it is largely perpetrated by blacks on blacks. Nothing said of this? Check the Chicago statistics.
As an attorney, you lack the objectivity of your profession. You are guilty of more opinion than facts. You fuel the fires of hate and lack knowledge of a culture that is burning out of control.
Lord have mercy on this nation!
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