Monday, March 7, 2011
The popular Mexican documentary "Presumed Guilty" is being forced out of theaters by the Mexican government. The film covers the 2005 murder trial of Antonio Zuniga, whose conviction was later overturned.
The government claims producers did not receive permission to use footage of an individual from the trial. But the producers say the footage was filmed during a public portion of the trial.
Human rights activists and Mexican legislators are decrying the films censorship.
Read more in this Hollywood Reporter article.