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The president weighed in yet again on the George Zimmerman trial, undoing some of the closure he had provided earlier.

DOJ attorneys risk charges of professional misconduct if they bring a case without factual grounds for conviction.

President Obama views courts as politics by other means.

George Zimmerman is acquitted; many are disgraced.

The Zimmerman trial exemplifies abuse of prosecutorial discretion.

What the left-wing media said the George Zimmerman trial was about and what it really is are entirely different matters.

Columnists can rail but prosecutors have to prove a legal case beyond a reasonable doubt, which is why the Zimmerman case is a travesty.

George Zimmerman's trial is a travesty and many in the media are complicit.

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