Anyway, as we note with delight the sad irony of this case, we constatons également the highly predictable - hélas - absence of any coverage whatsoever of this case in the illustrious pages of Amerika's newspaper of record, as borne out in the search results from today re-posted below.
With that snide, obnoxious expression on his stupid-looking face, it's almost like the New York Times is personifying the answer to the obvious question: "Why would you publish three thousand articles about Trayvon, and absolutely not one about Trayon, even though both cases have merit from an investigative journalism point of view?" in their official portrait of Charles M. Blow, the original NYT Trayvonian agitator.
Slightly O/T, but how many of you have noticed the parallels than can be drawn between the two Trayvon cases, with their seemingly improbably linkage by similar-sounding names, and the Omar Thornton (Hartford Conn.) vs. Cookie Thornton (St. Louis, Ms) confluence of cases?
|Murderer Trayon Washington Poses For The IQ Chart|
(Source: NOT the NYT)