British Audience, Close Your Eyes

Friday, September 01, 2006

Transcript

On Monday, The New York Times reported new details about the British investigation into the foiled terrorist plot there. But it was the accompanying editor’s note that raised eyebrows in the media. The Times said it was restricting access to the article in Britain because of that country’s strict pre-trial legal code. Brooke talks to Stewart Tendler, crime correspondent for The Times of London, about what the so-called Sub Judice rule means for reporting on terrorism.

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