Anderson Cooper interviews Sebastian Junger about his film that remembers fearless photojournalist Tim Hetherington who was killed in Misrata, Libya in 2011. "Which Way Is the Front Line from Here? The Life and Time of Tim Hetherington" will air on HBO in April.
It is truely sad how journalist and photojournalist risk their live to demostrate the real world of our troops in combate. And the ones who are caught by the enemies whom are torture and killed. I see the passion for their work without complaints. And journalist and photojournalist should be HONOR AS HEROES OF WAR. As for me it saddens me beacause your daily life you see a newsman,journalist or see a photografer on tv and then the news hits you like a fallen rock. You lost a member of your family. That's how I feel. thank-you Anderson Cooper and all the others to risk your lives daily for us. Because it doesn't mean war only . It also means in our streets. Thank-you once again.
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