|Haiti Prime Minister Laurent Lamoth's name can again be printed.|
Following one of the most unusual federal rulings in recent history, which barred a Haitian-American journalist from publishing the Haitian prime minister's name, District Judge Ursula Ungaro lifted her judgment in Miami court yesterday, granting Leo Joseph his First Amendment rights.
Which means: Booya. Grab your popcorn -- this defamation case may be going to trial.
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