Greenwald, Scahill step down from The Intercept
mirimir at riseup.net
Mon Apr 6 13:13:20 PDT 2015
On 04/06/2015 12:22 PM, Bethany wrote:
> On 06/04/15 12:59 PM, Cari Machet wrote:
>> its not a 'claim' watch his film that was up for an academy award
>> there is a scene in mogadishu where he is in the morgue there is a
> dead body and him in the scene he is standing right next to it - the
> person was hit by a drone strike
>> no journalist gets filmed with dead bodies it is unethical it never
>> perhaps if you were a journalist in the field you would understand
> Absolutely. The first thing any good journalist should think when he's
> investigating drone strikes and is permitted to witness the examination
> of a body of a victim is "shit, don't film me here, where I am! So gauche!"
You're being ironic, I trust.
I rather think that "Dirty Wars" should have shown lots of remains, and
sequences of people looking for little burned bits scattered about.
Maybe the film did feature too much of Scahill. He's no Michael Moore.
But a scene showing Obama receiving some gift made from a victim's femur
would have been priceless :)
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