Originally Posted by jrdrylie
I think to a point, the public has a right to know. Our tax dollars do pay the salaries of the prosecutors, judges, and public defenders. In some cases, we elect these people. So there does need to be some accountability.
Yes there is a right to open justice, but is it in the public interest to see videos of a person feinting? What interest does that serve? If the public wants to know about the case, they can read the judgment which is publicly available and discloses all (relevant) facts.