The world will not turn itself upside down to please you.
Neither will the law.
Neither will the facts.
Neither will the fact that the law is what it is.
Nor the fact that, under American law, a jury verdict is prima facie (Go ahead, look it up!) correct.
Under the rules of due process, the lawful evidence was presented to a competent jury. This was not so with TV news or radio talk shows.
Moreover, in civil suits, the standard of proof is “a preponderance of the evidence,” but in criminal trials — all criminal trials — it is much higher, “beyond a reasonable doubt.” This standard is so high I wonder that any criminal conviction is ever obtained. Thus in a very similar local case here in Baltimore, an off-duty police officer was recently acquitted in the strangling death of a black teen.