FDN Fights Court Over First Amendment Violations

Full Disclosure® presents a 12-minute video report featuring Paul Orfanedes, Judicial Watch attorney and the 30 minute audio of the Oral Arguments (link below) held at the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in Pasadena, California on March 4, 2014.  This involves the First Amendment Case entitled (Leslie Dutton  et.al. vs David Wesley) whereby the Los Angeles Superior Court officials refused the requests of Ms. Dutton and the Full Disclosure Network® who sought access to use the empty courtroom in Department 86 to film a closing scene in their Documentary Film entitled “The Cost of Courage and Court Corruption” Here are some of the Court Documents:
Appellants’ Opening Brief
Appellee (Court’s)Answering Brief

“UPDATE JUDICIAL WATCH VICTORY: FDN LAWSUIT MOVES FORWARD”

Audio of the entire hearing:
http://cdn.ca9.uscourts.gov/datastore/media/2014/03/04/12-56162.wma

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Categories: Corruption, Court Corruption, FDN, Government, Judicial, Richard Fine, Rule of Law

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