But in the world of Sean Hannity and Don West everything is different. That the Hispanic Zimmerman was glibly labeled "white" in a trial in which the discussion of race was precluded piles further absurdity onto the case. It should be clear the more apt identifying label for Zimmerman would be that he was a not-very-bright, self-appointed lawman acting too aggressively.
Again, one can only speculate how the minds of State Attorney Angela Corey and her prosecution team worked in this case. Maybe they honestly just didn't get it. But one thing is clear about Florida's criminal justice system: that system should have been on trial along with George Zimmerman.
There is, accordingly, one silver lining, here. The historic Zimmerman verdict leaves no restrictions on publicly damning the State of Florida for its part in this travesty.