All the arguments here mention what happens under SR but wouldn't GR be more appropriate? If an electron flies into a black hole, from the frame of reference of the observer doesn't it appear to get closer and closer to the black hole event horizon over time, but never actually enter? It only enters a black hole from its own frame of reference, doesn't it? So the outside observer would never see it enter the black hole, and light from the electron would always reach us.
Or is my understanding of General Relativity effects near a black hole event horizon wrong?
From our point of view it can very well be sucked in.