Wednesday, April 4, 2007
After posting footage on his website that has long been desired by federal prosecutors, and also agreeing to turn it over to them, videographer Joshua Wolf has been freed from prison. His 226 days are the longest anyone claiming a reporter's privilege has served for defying a grand jury subpoena. Mr. Wolf still says he will not testify, and will not give up unpublished materials. Read more here in a Washington Post story. Here's more from the Reporters' Committee for the Freedom of the Press.