Interview with William Bradford Huie
William Bradford Huie:

For instance uh, take the, the, uh, Liuzzo case. Um, whenever you put 12 white men on a jury to try a white man who's killed a black, or some uh, nigger lover like Liuzzo, Mrs. Liuzzo, at the end of the Selma March, they don't—they want to find the white man not guilty. But if you're the defense lawyer, they don't want you to rub it in their face. They want to—they want you to plead them not guilty. And then they want you to leave them so that they can go out and say, "Well, I would have found him guilty, but I just don't think the state proved it was him," see.