Reporter Stars In His Own Story Journalists are supposed to make sure they don't interfere with the news they are covering. But sometimes, no matter what you do, your mere presence brings everything to a screeching halt.
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Reporter Stars In His Own Story

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Reporter Stars In His Own Story

Reporter Stars In His Own Story

Reporter Stars In His Own Story

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Journalists are supposed to make sure they don't interfere with the news they are covering. But sometimes, no matter what you do, your mere presence brings everything to a screeching halt.