Fred Francis of NBC said on CNN in regards to the George Zimmerman Case…
FRANCIS: I think this entire story has been very politicized right down to the prosecutor who filed the charges on April 11th and then filed to run for re-election on April 30th.
KURTZ: And when you watch MSNBC and FOX in particular — and these are not the only ones — it just seemed like that many of the people in the media were just choosing up sides, either they were pro Trayvon or pro George Zimmerman. And that’s — and it became —
FRANCIS: I want to hear — I want to hear them — I want to hear them when Zimmerman is acquitted because this is the weakest case.
KURTZ: When Zimmerman is acquitted. You just took sides.
FRANCIS: I’m telling you, this is the weakest case I’ve ever seen get this kind of national publicity.
Two-time Emmy award winning broadcast journalist Fred Francis has over 46 years of experience in the communications industry. He retired as a senior correspondent after 30 years at NBC News with a
longstanding expertise in national and international security.