"You can't turn on any news program now without 90% of it taken up by the Zimmerman case," he said Tuesday in an interview with Washington radio station WMAL.
"You know, we missed the forest for the trees to a large extent with all the huge issues going on in the world," he continued, citing unrest in the Middle East.
"We're hung up on this one case where this one fellow was in fact found not guilty by a jury. That's the way the American law system works," Harris said. "Get over it."