Right is right and wrong is wrong.
Koch Industries denied any connection to George Zimmerman:
“Contrary to an irresponsible rumor that began circulating online on April 18 (2012), Koch has no involvement whatsoever with the defense of George Zimmerman, the defendant in the Trayvon Martin case. The exact origin of that rumor remains to be seen but similar falsehoods made by partisan activists have intentionally sown confusion about Koch. On March 23, Democratic party operative Karen Finney wrongly accused Koch of a connection with the tragic circumstances surrounding the Trayvon Martin matter. We provided MSNBC with a formal statement and demonstrable proof that Ms. Finney was deceiving viewers — and yet the network refuses to air those remarks or post them online. Just days later, former White House aide Van Jones appeared on MSNBC and remarked, “You’ve got all of the passion around Trayvon and what a horrible injustice that was and you can draw a direct line to the Koch brothers.” We confronted the network about that lie as well and again they refused to air our statement. Despite MSNBC’s appalling disregard for basic journalism standards, we will continue to set the record straight on this issue as often as necessary.”
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Protesters Across the Country React to Zimmerman Verdict
A man wears a single bullet around his neck over his Trayvon t-shirt as people hold placards and shout slogans during a rally in Los Angeles in the aftermath of George Zimmerman's acquittal in the shooting death of Florida teen Trayvon Martin, on July 15, 2013 in California, where local civil rights activists and other leaders urged participants to remain peaceful as they express frustration with the trial's outcome. (Photo credit FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images)