'South Park' and Terrorism: Hollywood Balances Creative Freedom with Death Threats
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Comedy Central Recently Censored An Episode Of "South Park" Over Threats Aimed At The Show's Creators On A Radical Muslim Website. We Ask The Questions: Was Comedy Central Right? How Should Hollywood Studios Weigh Creative Freedom Against Potential Security Risks? Plus One Hollywood Writer Stands Up To The Note "it's Not Edgy Enough!"
- Marshall Goldberg: Film & TV Writer and Lawyer
- Stu Bloomberg: Former chairman of ABC Entertainment
- Eugene Volokh: Professor of Constitutional Law, UCLA , @VolokhC
- Paul Bristow: VP, Private Security Firm at McRoberts Protective Agency
- Roger S.H. Schulman: Hollywood writer and producer
- Kurt Sutter: Creator, 'Sons of Anarchy'
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