Michelle Knight, one of the three heroines to survive Castro's kidnapping and torture, is described as a related search.
That's like giving Goliath top billing over David.
Or Hitler top billing over FDR and Churchill.
Evil often sells in the media. And great attention was paid to the dastardly Castro on Thursday, when he was sentenced to life without parole plus 1,000 years in prison.
CNN senior legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin warned beforehand: "I find this almost unwatchable. I mean the degree of evil on display in this courtroom is so extraordinary, and the behavior of Ariel Castro is so horrific and it's been spelled out today in such detail that it's hard to watch and I think the testimony of one of his victims I hope will be therapeutic for her, but it's hard to know how you can recover from something like this."
"It was tough to watch at times, especially when one of his brave victims spoke," NBC's Brian Williams said.
"It was a stunning day," ABC's Diane Sawyer said. "The judge ... said Michelle Knight showed remarkable restraint when she listened to Ariel Castro's long ramble about his own unhappiness."
When Castro spoke, he whined his self-delusional outlook. He said he was a sex addict and not a monster.
But what the brute revealed is that he's a bore. His pathetic diatribe was a reminder that evil is a dead end.
Ariel Castro may be a hot trend for a few days. But the great and enduring trend is good, and Michelle Knight deserves the main focus for embodying that trend so forcefully.