Jordan Williams' apparently crushing defamation victory from last year carried within it the seeds of its own demise. And in overturning that victory, the High Court has some less than complementry things to say about his own behaviour.
It is not possible to consider the shooting of Trayvon Martin by George Zimmerman without taking race into account. The tragic story and the acquittal of Zimmerman has proven once again the danger of being young and black in America.
If George Zimmerman had been minding his own business and obeyed a police dispatcher instead of stalking a teenager he had racially profiled, 17-year-old Trayvon Martin would still be alive today.