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fly over the area as long as the helicopter stayed above 3,000 feet. That kept the helicopter and its mounted camera outside the restricted zone, although filming from such a distance, he said, was "less than ideal. "None of the St. Louis stations was advised that media helicopters could enter the airspace even under the lesser restrictions, which under federal rules should not have applied to aircraft "carrying properly accredited news representatives. " The FAA's no fly notice indicated the area was closed to all aircraft except police and planes coming to and from the airport.
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police spokesman publicly denied the no fly zone was to prevent news helicopters from covering the events. "We understand that that's the perception that's out there, but it truly is for the safety of pilots," Sgt. 9. Later, under county police command, several reporters were arrested, a TV news crew was tear gassed and some demonstrators were told they weren't allowed to film officers. In early October, a federal judge said the police violated demonstrators' and news crews' constitutional rights. "Here in the United States of America, police should not be bullying and arresting reporters who are just doing their jobs," President Barack Obama said Aug. 14, two days after police confided to federal officials the flight ban was secretly intended to keep media helicopters out of the area. .
s asks for confirmation?On Aug. 12, the morning after the Federal Aviation Administration imposed the first flight restriction, FAA air traffic managers struggled to redefine the flight ban to let commercial flights operate at nearby Lambert St. Louis International Airport and police helicopters fly through the area but ban others. "They finally admitted it really was to keep the media out," said one FAA manager about the St. Louis County Police in a series of recorded telephone conversations obtained by The Associated Air Max For Ladies Press. They didn't want media in there. "FAA procedures for defining a no fly area did not have an option that would accommodate that. "There is really . no option for a TFR that says, you know, 'OK, everybody but the media is OK,'" he said. Freedom of Information Act. They don't understand the difference. "The Kansas City FAA manager then asked a St. Louis County police official if the restrictions could be lessened so nearby commercial flights wouldn't be affected.
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The new order allows "aircraft on final (approach) there at St. Louis. It will still keep news people out. . The only way people will get in there is if they give them permission in there anyway so they, with the (lesser restriction), it still keeps all of them out. ""Yeah," replied the police official. "I have no problem with that whatsoever. "KMOV TV News Director Brian Thouvenot told the AP that his station was prepared at first to legally challenge the flight restrictions, but was later advised that its pilot could Nike Air Yeezy Light Up
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