Any court-ordered redactions were the responsibility of the school district, which was being sued for refusing to release the report at all.
Even though the school district claims it handled everything correctly in regards to the Parkland school shooter, the Sun Sentinel points out in its editorial there are a handful of details that show school administrators mishandled situations involving a volatile student.
Under such circumstances the law is clear: In a rush to deflect from its own Broward paper in publicly disclosing the CEN Collaborative Educational Network report Broward paper issue in a wholly unsecured format, the School Board now seeks to have this Court find the Sun Sentinel in contempt for exercising their First Amendment rights to truthfully report on a matter of the highest public concern: Unfortunately, the redactions were merely cosmetic.
The contempt motion looks like nothing more than a punitive move by the school board to punish a news outlet for exposing its mistakes to the world. From the motion [PDF]: Anyone with a copy of the PDF could select the "redacted" text in the PDF and paste it into a text editor to see what was supposed to have been withheld.
The motion points out the court never restricted what the paper could publish. When Cruz failed to file the required written rejection of special education services, school officials nudged him, writing it up for him to sign.
What was delivered to the Sun Sentinel by the district had black redaction bars covering two-thirds of the document. The paper acquired the document lawfully -- as did anyone else who downloaded the version with the faulty redaction.
The Sun Sentinel has now responded -- both with an editorial middle finger and a filing in court.
Indeed, to have done so would have constituted an unconstitutional prior restraint. Certain information was redacted -- or at least was supposed to be -- to comply with state and federal privacy laws.
It had nothing to do with the Sun Sentinel, which was only the recipient of a document ordered to be produced.Sun Sentinel Editorial Board. Residents of West Park, Broward’s youngest city, should be pleased with the choices before them in the November.
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