One of the things that seemed like a sidebar issue with this protest zone in Ferguson was that there’s a no-fly zone. That nobody other than law enforcement is allowed to fly any sort of helicopter below 3,000 feet over this scene. And that seemed like kind of an oddity in the way they were enforcing security in this zone. But it has very practical consequences when reporters on the ground are unable, either because of tear gas or because of police forcing them out, to get close to what’s happening. One of the ways we would otherwise be getting perspective on what’s happening in news helicopters, who, at the direction of law enforcement, have not been allowed to fly over the scene. And that’s having very serious practical consequences for our ability to report this story right now. The first amendment is having a tough night.