Judge Denies Request to Remove “Innocence of Muslims” Trailer From YouTube

A judge Thursday denied a request to order YouTube to remove an anti-Muslim film trailer that has ignited protests around the world as well as attacks on U.S. diplomatic posts including one that killed U.S. ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens and three other American diplomats.

Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Luis Lavin rejected the emergency injunction from Cindy Lee Garcia, an actress who appeared in the low-budget anti-Muslim film, “Innocence of Muslims.” The denial was in part due to the fact that Garcia was unable to serve a copy of the lawsuit to Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, the man who reportedly organized the production of the film.

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