Documentary Movie Narrated By Ed Asner Is Blocked By Court Politics?
WASHINGTON, May 1, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Full Disclosure Network® presents a three minute video trailer of a soon to be completed 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 Richard Fine in the County Central Men’s Jail. The trailer features clips from the movie with narrator Ed Asner, Richard Fine, Rabbi Chaim Mentz along with Mary Ellen and Tory Fine.
Watch the movie trailer here: http://www.fulldisclosure.net/Blogs/112.php
Court Bans Use of Empty Court Room
Full Disclosure Network® is being prevented from completing the final scenes of their documentary movie where it was planned to video record eye-witness accounts of Richard Fine’s arrest in the public courthouse, Department 86, when it was empty. Fine was taken into custody on March 4, 2009 by the Los Angeles County Sheriff Deputies and the witnesses are to give their account and read from the court transcript of that day. Los Angeles Superior Court officials have banned the producers any access to Los Angeles Stanley Mosk Courthouse, Department 86 court room under any circumstances.
Fighting For First Amendment Rights
Judicial Watch, Inc. has 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 the documentary. Named as defendants are Presiding Judge Lee Smalley Edmon, Dept. 86 Judge Ann I. Jones, Court Legal Counsel Brett Bianco who all denied FDN use of the empty court room.
Judical Watch Complaint Filed 3-6-12 AAW vs Presiding Judge Lee Smalley Edmon
Contact: Leslie Dutton, Full Disclosure Network, 310-822-4449, www.fulldisclosure.net
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