Because you seem to be purposefully avoiding my argument. Unless you're saying you're anti-foreign surveillance too? Domestic surveillance is understandably controversial, but I didn't think that foreign surveillance would be causing people heartburn too. How do you think the Battle of Midway would have gone if we didn't spy on the Japanese?
The judge in the murder case of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin has denied a prosecution's motion for a gag order, but noted the court could reconsider if attorneys in the case write or say anything considered prejudicial.
"At this time, there is no demonstrated need to restrict free speech," Seminole County Circuit Judge Kenneth R. Lester wrote.
The decision -- which was made public Tuesday -- rejects, among other things, prosecutor concerns over a lack of juror impartiality due to the amount of media coverage surrounding the high-profile case.
"The case should be tried in the courtroom and not in the media," the motion read in its petition for a gag order.