While we're decades past the era any news outlet is going to wait an entire several days to get an accurate story to report, maybe they could say something like 'First! But, yeah, we are wrong 89% of the time.' My crappy reporting is more accurate than cable TV news outlets and I don't even try. Really, I don't try at all.
Video surveillance released today shows the dead Ferguson teen, Michael Brown, described by friends and family as made of 100% warm and fuzzy and on his way to college, was actually the 6'4, 290 pound dude muscling a tiny convenience store owner in a petty robbery. Darren Wilson, the officer who shot Michael Brown, had no idea that Brown had just robbed a convenience store. Which fills in a nice missing piece for why Brown might have reacted violently to the police officer who was trailing him and telling him to get over to the sidewalk. A convenience store robbery certainly puts your Harvard chances at risk.
None of this has anything to do with asshole cops, racist cops, tanks in the streets, the justice system bias against minorities, civil rights, lady justice, or why the Raiders are allowed to still be an NFL franchise. It's just another turd on the modern state of journalism. You can't hold your turds in. You'll end up like Elvis.