Presunto Culpable (Presumed Guilty) is a documentary about the poor state of the justice system in Mexico, telling the story of Antonio Zuniga, who was found guilty of murder on very scant evidence. He was sentenced to 20 years in prison, but his conviction was later overturned.
A week after the movie was released last month, one of the key players in the story, Victor Reyes Bravo, sued to have it pulled from theaters. Bravo was the cousin of the murder victim, and his testimony was critical in the trial.
A judge granted the injunction on grounds that the film violated Bravo's privacy. But, in a second hearing another judge has ruled that the film may return to theaters if Bravo's identity is camouflaged.