Dorner attacks court censorship decision

By JPOST.COM STAFF
April 6, 2010 16:27

 
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Press Council president, former Supreme Court Judge Dalia Dorner has harshly attacked a magistrate's court decision to prohibit publication of a story concerning journalists refusing to reveal sources.

The motion to supress the item was brought forward by the Shin Bet [Israel Security Agency] in response to the affair being revealed by Pulitzer Prize winner Judith Miller and published worldwide. The court's decision prevents local news networks from covering the story.

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