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Now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine as we told you earlier -- Philadelphia jury is deciding the fate of an abort abortion doctor accused of killing.
One patient and for infants born alive.
Despite the shocking charges one network has not reported one word since the start of the 49 day trial.
ABC news found time for many other criminal trials.
The Media Research Center reports Good Morning America has devoted almost two and a half hours to crime in that same period.
The case of -- areas for example who is charged with killing her boyfriend warranted 28 stores.
Thursday Good Morning America opted for petty crime a story about two ice cream trucks in the parent turf war in upstate New York.
The gesture gesture that got a Texas high school relay team disqualified from a track meet has sparked a broader debate about religious freedom.
Derrick -- pointed a finger to the sky after crossing the finish line for the Columbus high school four -- 100 meter relay team.
The gesture his father says was.
To thank god.
-- ruled it amounted to excessive celebration and disqualified the team.
Quote it was a reaction the father told -- local TV station you're brought up your whole life that god gives you good things -- blast.
Texas attorney general Greg Abbott tweeted disgraceful winning track team disqualified for praising god.
Understate scholastic rules hand gestures are considered excessive celebration.
Final rulings however are left up to the person officiating the race.
And a video posted by New Jersey governor Chris Christie's office has been met with disapproval.
By animal rights advocates the governor's daughter's fourth grade class was visiting the sick out Friday when the students spotted the -- and there you just saw.
Christie swat it and killed -- the amusement of the class well Peta.
People for the ethical treatment of animals.
Is quick to respond saying the governor acted without thinking.
Quote some people put the spider outside -- spiders are often scary to people and that can prevent them from pondering their war.
In 2009 you may remember -- disapproved when President Obama swatted a fly during a television interview they called that.
Executive insect execution.
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