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A temporary restraining order has moved back protesters deployed against the new television show “Midnight Caller,” who claim that one episode deals sordidly with an AIDS sufferer. Protesters disrupted the filming of the NBC series in San Francisco last week, alleging the show could incite violence against AIDS patients. But a temporary restraining order issued Monday by the San Francisco Superior Court bars demonstrators from getting within 100 feet of the set or making noise during filming.


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