After a Twitter smackdown, CNN’s Morgan live tweets booking MSNBC contributor Touré, which leads to a serious discussion between the men.

The Orlando-Sentinel reports other news that impacts the discussion, because it adds new facts to the case.

As the Trayvon Martin controversy splinters into a debate about self-defense, a central question remains: Who was heard crying for help on a 911 call in the moments before the teen was shot?

A leading expert in the field of forensic voice identification sought to answer that question by analyzing the recordings for the Orlando Sentinel.

One potentially explosive report from the Hollywood Reporter cites critics accusing NBC of editing the tape they used on “Today.” The problem is that the critics include Sean Hannity and Brent Bozell, not exactly paragons of standards and practices, with Hannity regularly spewing fantasy on the air and his radio show.

However, according to reports, it appears MSNBC has corrected the tape, though without acknowledgment that the context was originally edited.

This story continues to developing, as the plot thickens.

Nobody analyzing the story is looking good at this point. The feeding frenzy has led to rapid fire dialogue that leaves no room for discussion that isn’t red hot. It’s understandable given the subject, but it’s only giving us an unending TV show trial no matter what channel you watch.