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Bryan Kohberger, charged in the slayings of 4 Idaho college students, wants cameras out of courtroom

  • Attorneys defending the man accused of stabbing four University of Idaho students to death have requested a ban on cameras in the courtroom, arguing that media coverage has violated the judge's orders and threatens a fair trial.
  • The defense attorneys believe that the extensive camera coverage turns the proceedings into a spectacle rather than a court proceeding and risks dehumanizing their client. They argue that removing the cameras will not hinder media coverage but will result in a less accurate portrayal of the justice process.
  • Conversely, the prosecution argues that cameras increase public access and understanding of the case, providing government transparency and countering false narratives spread on social media. They believe responsible news media has significant value in helping the public understand what occurs in court.
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