The first sentence of the editorial addresses the critical question of "who's the client": "The special prosecutor in the Trayvon Martin case should realize that the public and the truth, not the dead youth's family, are her clients."
The editorial also criticizes the decision to bypass a grand jury and charge murder two. And the "thinness" of the probable cause affidavit also comes under attack. Elsewhere, the indefatiguable Alan Dershowitz has been urging a possible criminal investigation of the prosecutor. Dershowitz hammers on the point I raised here (a point I'm still not sure about) about whether the prosecutor can omit facts that are inconvenient to, or even contrary to, the prosecutor's theory.