Here’s a fascinating story about how a friend of the accused Tucson shooter was treated by the media.
She’s just a high-school student who, it seems, became a commodity for the news media in the U.S. after the shooting.
It’s great reading. Thanks, Tom Hawthorn, for sending the link.
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