MOO journalist are the people's detectives. Not perfect by any means, but if allowed all power conducts it's agenda in secrecy.
This gag orger is in the edge between a fair trial for BK and safety for witnesses apparently on one side and the public's wish and right to know what is going on.
Unless BK pleads out, the public will know what went on and is going on at the trial, and all parts can be scrutinized.
MOO the gag order amounts to a delay as the actions of the court are public, but have the specific content redacted.
Well reasoned, it's a very interesting way to view the gag order. I understand it, but journalism should be allowed to support the truth. This is a very tricky case and requires a lot of nuance so I'm glad it was in place I just don't know if it standing going forward makes sense. We shall see.