Hi, sorry if this is a frequently asked question. I was reading up on black holes with electric charge and I was wondering how the electric field is able to propogate out of the singularity and the event horizon, if anything moving at the speed of light cannot escape. The only explaination I can think of is that just as the "image" of an object falling into a black hole never disappears, same with the electric field. In other words, if you watch an object fall into a black hole, you never see the object actually cross the event horizon; you see progressively more redshifted photons from the object because the photons must travel asymptotically longer times. Is the electric charge/field working in a similar way? Or is this a wrong path?