In late July a Colorado judge issued an order threatening action against any media that published or broadcast the name of a young woman charging basketball star Kobe Bryant with rape. It seems Judge Frederick W. Gannett should have been more concerned with officials within his own fiefdom, who today inadvertently made the accuser's name public by failing to redact key personal details in an official PDF-based court document made available on a Web site maintained by Colorado's Office of the State Court Administrator.
Once again it was the sharp-eyed document sleuths at The Smoking Gun who discovered and reported to the court an hour or so later that information identifying the victim had not been redacted before the document was posted. According to TSG, "in an exhibit attached to a motion filed by the Vail Police Department seeking to quash a defense subpoena," the name and address of the 19-year-old accuser was plainly visible. Court officials soon removed the file, eventually replacing it with a new version [PDF: 817kb] in which the name, etc, had been blacked out.
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