Media and First Amendment attorney Jeffrey Pyle was quoted in a recent Boston Globe story on WBUR’s push for the release of juror records in the terrorism trial of David “Daoud” Wright, the Everett man accused of plotting to kill Americans for ISIS. “In light of the absence of any specific ‘risk of personal harm to individual jurors’ in this case, the Court should . . . release the names and addresses of the jurors to WBUR,” Pyle wrote in court documents. To read the full article, click here.