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Published on Aug 28, 2006
O'Reilly thinks media must exercise "restraint" in showing graphic images such as those that came out of Abu Ghraib - O'Reilly thinks that they give strength and comfort to the enemy. I argue that American democracy is best served by media that provide the fullest possible information - including graphically violent images. Mark Bowden, author of Black Hawk Down, takes a position in the middle - he supports the showing of images of Abu Ghraib, but thinks American media should be careful not to show "political snuff films," or terrorist executions of hostages. A tough series of issues, and a spirited all around discussion.