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PJTV Exclusive: How NBC Editors Made the Zimmerman 911 Call Sound Racist

NBC continues to characterize its deceptive edit of George Zimmerman's 911 call a "mistake." The edited version, in which George Zimmerman says  Trayvon Martin "looks like he's up to no good. He looks black" appeared on the Today show and on NBC's web properties. That edit put racial concerns front and center in a story that may not have been about race at all. But could the edit really be a mistake?

Is it possible for such an internal edit that substantially alters the nature of Zimmerman's call with the 911 dispatcher to happen by chance? As an audio and video editor for going on 20 years, in my opinion it is highly implausible and close to impossible for that edit to have occurred by chance. Watch this video and you'll see why.