Wednesday, October 1, 2014

NBC isn’t the only network slinking away from overcooking the case against George Zimmerman’s alleged racism. On the March 21 edition of Anderson Cooper 360, a CNN audio expert enhanced Zimmerman's 9-1-1 call and suggested he had used a racial slur, "f--ing coon," as he was following Trayvon Martin. Reporter Gary Tuchman asserted: "It certainly sounds like that word to me."

Two weeks later on the same show on April 4, CNN re-assessed the tape with another CNN expert, and now felt it suggests George Zimmerman was just chilly, muttering the words "f--ing cold" under his breath. Tuchman explained: "The reason some say that would be relevant is because it was unseasonably cold in Florida that night and raining." LINK

...and even after it had been revoked by CNN and many others...months after, even...Nancy repeats the lie once again, as if it were fact:

Another (ex) employee of CNN, Sunny Hostin, has shamelessly lied since day one about George Zimmerman - even when her statements were proved wrong, she refused to retract, or in this case, pay off a bet:
Sunny Hostin reneged on bet with Andrew Branca (Video)
Funny that, because the very people (CNN), screaming at Robert Zimmerman, Jr. on the phone, about being a "monster", are the very monsters who aired George Zimmerman's social security number, which then went viral on Twitter and other social media.  During the trial, the snake prosecutor () put an arrest report up on the overhead in the courtroom that had not been given to the court clerk for redaction.  CNN was broadcasting this live and the world was able to snatch a screenshot of the information.  Zimmerman looked panicked and after about 20 seconds, the other lawyers caught what was being shown and it was taken down.  CNN has a seven second delay when live recording, just so these type incidents do not happen.  The act was definitely purposeful on the part of DeLarionda, the jury is still out, however, as far as whether or not CNN could have prevented the airing.

CNN airs George Zimmerman's Social Security number and address during live coverage of Trayvon Martin murder trial: 

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