I think this is one of the best or hard hitting pieces I’ve seen from the national media about the abuse of secrecy orders in courts.  It features a case that two women successfully litigated against Remington around secrecy relating to a seriously defective rifle (the thing sometimes fired without the trigger being pulled), and the editorial goes through powerful details showing how court secrecy abuse likely contributed to a number of unnecessary deaths.  The editorial also cites Public Justice for its work in fighting against court secrecy.


I hope that millions of Americans ultimately read this editorial.

Read the article here.


John Cole Gayle, Jr.
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