JPost reports that a CNN camera crew went a little too far in culling material for a Vanunu story:
Police, acting on a tip from security sources, detained a CNN television crew Tuesday filming near the restricted Dimona reactor deep in the Negev.
The crew were taken to the Dimona police station and questioned why they had been filming in an area clearly marked was a military area and photography was forbidden. Police confiscated their video film and it was sent to security officials for examination. The CNN crew was then dismissed with their equipment.
This isn’t the first time:
CNN has a history of violating Israel censorship.
It was taken off the air temporarily during the 1991 Gulf War when it revealed the location of Scud rocket impacts, information that could help launchers adjust subsequent missile strikes.