Snoofy, all those are absolutely worthwhile, and if this case can be used to highlight those specific issues, I have no problem with that.
The problem, I think, is the simmering anger that is still present is to fresh. Most of that anger, in my opinion, is based on false views if what happened because of the way the media ran with "witness" stories that turn out to have not been any where near the scene and were only repaying what they heard. Were front page retractions printed? Endless headlines indicating all of the lying flashed across the news networks? No.
The pervasive lies about what happened have leeched into the minds of the masses and are now considered by them to be fact because that is what they want to believe and there is no way to dislodge it.
This case needs to get off the front page as fast as possible and let these people that can't handle the truth settle down.
As for showing the work, I think the release of all of the court documents and evidence shows that pretty accurately. If they kept all of the evidence locked up, then I could see your point....but they didn't. It's as open and honest as I have ever seen as prosecutors office.