Kyle Rogers receive national attention last March and April for beating the “mainstream” media at their own game. His expose on the Trayvon Martin media hoax was viewed by over a half million people. He was featured in a major AP article that was syndicated in over 33 newspapers.
Now the Charleston Post & Courier, which is a rapidly dying daily paper, launched a crude sensationalistic attack on him. It was featured on the front page of the Sunday edition. The editorial, which is presented as a news item, is so over the top it discredits itself.