Mexico: Documentary ‘Presumed Guilty’ Back in Theaters

David Sasaki updates a thorough post on the legal actions against the documentary ‘Presumed Guilty‘: “An appellate court has ruled that the movie can again be shown in movie theaters in Mexico. The ruling claims that removing the movie from theaters would damage social interest, and violates the public’s right to access public information, according to Article 6 of the constitution.”

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  • Geraldine Juarez

    which is funny as the director took down his own documentary from You Tube. Does he is violatinf the public right to access public information. Truly a deception the way they handle it all. On the other hand the post of Oso is Excellent and describe the problem around it very good.

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