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Joshua Bernard Redux
President, The Media Institute
Nobody thinks that people who die in head-on collisions do so for some greater good. There's no moral to that story. They just die. But when soldiers die it's not just an accident. We need to remember that.
On AP's "Death of a Marine"
Journalist and filmmaker based in Brooklyn, NY
The American public has a right to know what our fighting men and women are doing in our name, and what is happening to them. And as citizens, we have a responsibility to look, even when it shocks and discomfits us.
Brave Editor Defends Publishing AP's Controversial "Dying Marine" Photo
Author of ten books, film producer
I chronicled the controversy over a photograph shot in Afghanistan that captured the moments after a U.S. Marine was mortally wounded by a grenade. It's fascinating to look at one case study.
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