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With ban over, who should cover the fallen at Dover?: Few in media choosing to capture events, but military posts pictures

Date: October 24, 2009
Author: Christian Davenport
QUOTE: "Taking pictures of the returning casualties to Dover is a measure of the human cost of war," said Ralph Begleiter, a journalism professor at the University of Delaware... "Do you want the government ultimately to have control over what we see or not see? Or do you want independent observers, an independent press or media, relaying those images?"

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