“The spectators and demonstrators are still here. Some, it seems, prepared to camp for the night. But, they're camped in front of the TV cameras, as if lured by the light and excitement. As if the coverage of the event were more important than the event itself. That's become a fact of life in stories like this.
Television is a presence that noone can ignore; not the police, nor the terrorists. It has become witness to the story, yet part of the story, and it will probably remain that way as long as people watch the news”