In the dark

August 1996
Editor & Publisher;8/31/96, Vol. 129 Issue 35, p8
Trade Publication
Editorial. Disagrees with the August 1996 decision by California Superior Court Judge Hiroshi Fujisaki to deny access to all cameras at the civil trial of O.J. Simpson.


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