David Cecil, the British producer of the play "The River and the Mountain" concerning the condition of Uganda's gays, stands in a court cell in the capital Kampala, Uganda Thursday, Sept. 13, 2012. Cecil appeared in court Thursday charged with "disobeying lawful orders" from the Uganda Media Council which says he staged "The River and the Mountain" in Uganda's capital last month despite orders to the contrary, and according to his lawyer was not released on bail because his passport, wanted by the magistrate, had been confiscated by the police. (AP Photo/Stephen Wandera)

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David Cecil, the British producer of the play "The River and the Mountain" concerning the condition of Uganda's gays, stands in a court cell in the capital Kampala, Uganda Thursday, Sept. 13, 2012. Cecil appeared in court Thursday charged with "disobeying lawful orders" from the Uganda Media Council which says he staged "The River and the Mountain" in Uganda's capital last month despite orders to the contrary, and according to his lawyer was not released on bail because his passport, wanted by the magistrate, had been confiscated by the police. (AP Photo/Stephen Wandera)
David Cecil, the British producer of the play "The River and the Mountain" concerning the condition of Uganda's gays, stands in a court cell in the capital Kampala, Uganda Thursday, Sept. 13, 2012. Cecil appeared in court Thursday charged with "disobeying lawful orders" from the Uganda Media Council which says he staged "The River and the Mountain" in Uganda's capital last month despite orders to the contrary, and according to his lawyer was not released on bail because his passport, wanted by the magistrate, had been confiscated by the police. (AP Photo/Stephen Wandera)
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