Editorial Board

Let Grand Jurors Speak

Jurors are free to speak publicly after concluding their service. Grand jurors should have that right, too.

This guy can hold a news conference. Why not the grand jurors?

Photographer: Cristina Fletes-Boutte-Pool/Getty Images

There are few ideas more un-American than government censorship of private citizens. It's especially disturbing when it demands that the vow of silence be lifelong, and on matters of public record.

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