Friday, March 20, 2009

If No Evidence Suggests Plaintiffs Are Racist

...Is It Still Public Interest To Make Them Appear To Be So?

The site of the dinner fiasco, Alabama's Magnolia Springs Manor, is not located on "Secession Drive" -- That was an invention of the producers.

In the name of "public interest," is a producer free to edit a scene in which a person's image appears to show the person apparently behaving badly or without explanation, when in fact, omitted footage explains or justifies the behavior? Perhaps the ruling will be limited to situations where plaintiffs have thrust themselves into the public eye by agreeing to be filmed.

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