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NBC caught in 2nd deceptive edit of Zimmerman 9-11 call

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NBC News has been caught again. A second edit of the George Zimmerman 9-1-1 call was discovered and a reporter was quietly let go, but NBC has yet to apology to their viewers.

NBC has now fired three people from two different offices over at least two different edits of George Zimmerman’s now infamous 9-1-1 call prior to the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. Both edits were clearly designed to portray Zimmerman as a racist while raising tensions in an already volatile situation. This latest firing from NBC once again goes unexplained. The Media Research Center went on the record after uncovering their first edit that NBC is a network out of control point that their two-sentence (non)apology hidden on their website, was an insult.

The truth has been withheld from NBC’s own viewers now for more than one month. Do the network executives at NBC think that this is acceptable? What about the board and shareholders of Comcast? Is it acceptable for a news organization to consciously and constantly lie to its viewers?

NBC News president Steve Capus admitted that they "probably" should have apologized on-air; NBC still has yet to do so. Even the local NBC affiliate that doctored the clip has fired the offender and apologized and retracted on-air.

Please take a moment to contact the Board of Directors at Comcast - NBC’s parent company - and tell them to clean house! If you’ve already called, emailed or written board members - please do so again!

NBC is playing with fire by altering these tapes to serve their liberal agenda. Racial tensions are being inflamed causing a dangerous situation across our country.

Tell Comcast’s board that you demand a full apology, new leadership and honest reporting from NBC. Otherwise Comcast’s reputation will be sullied by NBC’s irresponsible actions.

Thank you for standing with us.

L. Brent Bozell, President
Media Research Center

May 3, 2012
 

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NBC should be held responsible for all violence that happens over the Trayvon Case.
 

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