A gag order imposed by a high court judge on the media in Grenada from reporting on a mater involving a group of foreigners is still in force.
The gag order took effect at the end of September and is now into its third week.
THE NEW TODAY understands from its attorney, Anselm Clouden that he was approached by the lawyer who moved for the order against the media that “the judge was willing to lift it”.
The position of this newspaper is that the same lawyer can move the court through another “oral application” or through other means to get the judge to lift the Gag Order on the media.
Several local attorneys have expressed doubts whether the judge had the power or jurisdiction to impose a ban on the media from reporting on the matter involving the non-nationals.