October 1, 2012 – Professor Adam Winkler explains the particular necessity of denying bond to the controversial anti-Islam filmmaker in a Washington Post article.
“He has numerous different aliases and numerous government documents with different names on them and that’s exactly the kind of person that judges want to be extra careful with,” Winkler explains. “This is not an end-run around constitutional protections. Those are major red flags in any case and even if this was a low-profile case and the same facts had come out, this person would be denied bond.”
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