Steve Sack cartoon: Neighborhood wash

  • Article by: Steve Sack , Star Tribune
  • Updated: July 15, 2013 - 6:15 PM
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johneramone4Jul. 15, 13 8:49 PM

Add Steve no Sack to the list of those who obviously did not follow the case, did not watch any of the hearings and has absolutely zero knowledge of not only the evidence and the testimony surrounding the case but of the American criminal justice system as well.

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login1Jul. 15, 13 9:50 PM

Steve Sack has it perfect! White judge, almost all-white jury. Connect the blood red dots!!

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arspartzJul. 15, 1310:00 PM

Sack has had many cartoons with which I disagreed. This is the first on that was blatantly offensive.

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joe_mnJul. 16, 1310:42 AM

Soon this will be forgotten.

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morganewolfeJul. 16, 1311:56 AM

This cartoon - while factually incorrect, also promotes racism. Give back the undeserved pulitzer. This is a disgrace to journalism.

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lawguy86Jul. 16, 1312:37 PM

I am generally a fan of Mr. Sack's work. Even when I don't agree with the position taken, his editorial cartoons typically are presented creatively, often humorously and in a way that provokes deeper consideration. Alas, this one misses badly on all counts.

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gearrunrJul. 16, 1312:43 PM

wow. I wonder if Sack would have the stones to publish this if Zimmerman happened to be Muslim?

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bizsmithJul. 16, 13 1:12 PM

Sack stepped over the line this time.

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scubadoo68Jul. 16, 13 2:06 PM

Although I agree with the jury's decision, Zimmerman does 'share' some of the responsibility for Martin's death. He did, after all, go back and pursue him after being told not to. If he didn't Martin would probably still be alive.

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arspartzJul. 16, 13 3:55 PM

He did, after all, go back and pursue him after being told not to.

He was not given ANY commands by the dispatcher. All that was said was that he did not "need" to follow the suspect.

If he didn't Martin would probably still

If Martin had not thrown the first punch, if he had calmly answered the questions (if any) of a neighbor rather than starting an altercation because he felt dis'ed, he would still be alive.

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