During Friday’s raid in London, “broadcasters got so close to the action…that police eventually had to move them away and demand that they turn off the cameras,” The Times reports. “One of the viewers, after all, could have been the suspect himself.” At 11:38am local time, London TV stations were contacted by the Metropolitan Police, “requesting that they observe a media blackout during the armed operation that was taking place.” The blackout was lifted an hour later…
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