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Station Files Suit to Televise Execution

Station Files Suit To Televise Execution

A San Francisco public television station, KQED, has filed a suit against the governor for permission to broadcast executions. Currently, cameras are barred and witnesses are not permitted to take notes. A DOC representative said the rules exist because executions are not intended to be public spectacles. At last report the suit is still pending.

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