June 23, 2008
Posted: 02:57 PM ET
NEW YORK - It's good to be back and it's a good thing I am because somebody has to say it. Neil Entwistle is presumed innocent. But for the two weeks I've been away, it seems he's been all but presumed guilty.
When I got up this morning to do my homework, I checked on every show, every blog, every tabloid I've seen - Entwistle has been convicted long before the evidence was in. Certainly before the case went to the jury. And even before the jury was selected he was presumed guilty based on facts that were fed to us by prosecutors and police.
I'm not saying he's innocent. Frankly, I don't care all that much about Entwistle. What I care about is the right to a fair trial. And that's not just me talking. That's the sixth amendment. And the last word.
–Jami Floyd, In Session anchor
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