CNN has not only lost its battle to keep from releasing unaired video footage subpoenaed by lawyers in a personal injury suit, but the news network’s counsel also have been rapped for not requesting in camera review of the footage until after the judge ruled against them.

U.S. District Judge Thomas Thrash of the Northern District of Georgia wrote in his order denying the network’s motion for reconsideration that “nearly all” of CNN’s arguments could have been presented prior to his ruling from the bench and his ensuing written order, both of which occurred in December.

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