From Orlando to Los Angeles to Toronto, the George Zimmerman verdict dominated front pages of newspapers.
In Florida: You can visit almost no newsstand in the Sunshine State without seeing the verdict. It was the major story on the front page of every major newspaper in the state. The nearest major newspaper to Sanford, the Orlando Sentinel, dedicated almost every inch of its front page to the verdict.
'The' photo: The Orlando Sentinel's Joe Burbank, who served as a pool photographer for the verdict, saw his picture of Zimmerman post-verdict on the front of dozens of front pages across the country, from the Sentinel to The New York Times to the Los Angeles Times and many papers in-between.
Headlines: Given the near-10 p.m. EDT verdict, most newspapers played it pretty straight and went with some variation of "Not Guilty". El Nuevo Herald in Miami headlined its story "Absuleto". The most notable exception, not surprisingly, was the New York Post. The New York tabloid went with "Trayvesty."
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