“Innocence of Muslims” Film Trailer to remain on YouTube

The film trailer that has sparked protests around the world, as well as attacks on U.S. diplomatic posts including the one that killed U.S. Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens and three other American diplomats is once again making headlines.  On Thursday, a judge denied an emergency injunction request made by Cindy Lee Garcia, an actress who appeared in the anti Muslim film, :Innocence of Muslims”.

According to a Wall Street Journal Blog posting by Alexandra Cheney entitled: Judge Denies Request to Remove Anti-Muslim film Trailer from YouTube, the judge’s actions mean that the 14-minute trailer for “Innocence of Muslims,” which depicts Muhammad as a philanderer who approves of child abuse, can remain online.

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