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FREE DOWNLOAD Veronica Guerin 107 FREE READ Veronica Guerin Thirty six year old crime replorter with the SUNDAY INDEPENDANT Veronica Guerin was the first journalist to be murdered in Ireland as a direct conseuence of her wor. If you haven t been to the Newsmuseum in Washington DC you should go It s a little expensive but it s worth the price of admission just to look at old front pages More relevant to the topic of this review however is a wall of remembrance type of a thing that lists reporters who were killed in the line of duty I m always conflicted a bit about such terms being used to describe reporters Perhaps it s because we have access to 24 hours news that really doesn t seem to say anything at all There are differences too like reporting on corruption in Russia and being poisoned for it as opposed to reporting in a war zone It is also interesting seeing how gender affects how people look at the danger uestion When Lara Logan was attacked many people either directly said or implied that a mother should not be herself in a dangerous situation while when a male reporter gets severely injured in a road side bombing incident no uestions his right to be there even though he is a father So I am conflicted about reporters when they report from dangerous places because it is dangerous but it isn t uite like they are in the army They have a little if not much choice And we can talk about higher calling and gate keepers all we want It s a legitimate and true point but who elected them to fulfill the position I mean do you watch some of these idiots Why the hell do you break the news of a grandchild s death to a woman on camera something one local channel did years ago and why did you stalk people Still a free press is the only way to go In many ways it was refreshing to read O Reilly s work about Guerin s murder The book isn t so much of pinning the murder on which Irish gangster did it but on the media or the culture that that Irish Independent Media group embraced that enabled Guerin to work the way she did Honestly bringing your son along not good What is clear is that O Reilly despite her disapproval of some of Guerin s methods also admires Guerin She focuses on the uestion of safety and of digging too much She argues that the newspaper s response to the previous two attacks on Guerin was inadeuate to say the least That Guerin s style of reporting due it seems in part to a lack of training also led to her have a simplistic view on those people she was dealing with Even today many years after the event the uestions and problems that O Reilly points to are still current and something we as consumers of the news deal with every damn day Serbian For Kids in Ireland as a direct conseuence of her wor. 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  • Paperback
  • 208
  • Veronica Guerin
  • Emily OReilly
  • English
  • 25 October 2020
  • 9780099761518