’24: Legacy’ Producers Apologize For Using Footage From 2013 Kenya Terror Attack in Recent Episode

The executive producers of a new Fox radio array “24: Legacy” apologized Thursday for regulating footage from a apprehension conflict during a Kenya mall that killed 67 people.

The footage from a Sep 2013 conflict on Westgate mall in Kenya’s collateral was used to etch a illusory apprehension conflict in Egypt in a show’s fourth episode, that aired Monday.

“We regretfully enclosed news footage of an conflict in Nairobi. It will be private from all destiny broadcasts and versions of a show,” pronounced producers Evan Katz and Manny Coto in a statement.

They matter pronounced they apologized “for any pain caused to a victims and their families and are deeply sorry.”

It was not immediately transparent how a footage of a Kenya conflict was obtained.

The array debuted progressing this month.

Some Kenyans had reacted angrily on amicable media underneath a hashtag #SomeoneTellFox.

The al-Qaida-linked Somali organisation al-Shabab claimed shortcoming for a Sept. 21, 2013, conflict during a upscale mall to retaliate Kenya for contributing infantry to an African Union peacekeeping goal in Somalia. The organisation has carried out other deadly attacks in Kenya.

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