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3 Reasons to Keep Cameras Out of Prop 8’s Courtroom

As Judge Vaughn Walker weighs the option to allow television (and/or web) cameras in the court room for closing arguments on June 16, we’ve found at least three reasons why he should side with Prop 8’s defenders and keep them out.

• Ted Olson won’t have to worry about hair and make-up.
• Protect Marriage attorney Charles Cooper won’t have to worry about any embarrassing gaffes.
• Judge Walker can go naked under his robe. Or at least pantsless.

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2 Comments

  • s_b

    How about if we keep them out so that the Supreme Court isn’t able to use them as a technicality to avoid ruling on the case?

  • SK

    I have found 4th one Chris Cooper won’t be embrassed on cameras when the judge hands Cooper’s head on a sliver platter.

    US Supreme WON’T rule on a decision “technicality” because they allowed a camera in closing arguments..

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