Tuesday, May 01, 2012

Judicial Watch Files Lawsuit Regarding Documentary Movie Narrated By Ed Asner Blocked By Court Politics?


  JUDICIAL WATCH FIGHTS FOR FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS



Los Angeles, CA  Full Disclosure Network® presents this 3 minute video trailer of a documentary movie entitled"The Cost of Courage" based on a three-year television interview series covering California Court Corruption and the 18 month long solitary "coercive confinement" of 70 year old former U.S. Prosecutor Richard I. Fine. The trailer features clips from the movie with actor Ed Asner who is the narrator, Richard Fine, Rabbi Chaim Mentz along with Mary Ellen and Tory Fine.

Court Case Prevents Completion of Movie
The Superior Court ban on access to Los Angeles Stanley Mosk courthouse, Department 86 courtroom even "when empty" has prevented Full Disclosure from completing the final scenes of the movie. The request made was to use the "empty" court room to video record an account of what happened there when Richard Fine was taken into custody by the Sheriff and to the Men's Central Jail on March 4, 2009.

Judicial Watch Fights For First Amendment Rights

The public interest legal organization Judicial Watch, Inc. filed a Federal lawsuit on behalf of Full Disclosure Network® Producer Leslie Dutton and the American Association of Women, a non-profit, educational organization sponsoring a documentary movie entitled "The Cost of Courage". Named as defendants are Presiding Judge Lee Smalley Edmon, Department 86 Judge Ann I Jones and Superior Court Legal Counsel Brett Bianco, who all denied access to the empty court room in Department 86 at a time when it was not being used.

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