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America is a revenge culture: Revenge the television series, revenge porn, revenge games in sports...vengeance is a mainstay of foreign policy and a thematic obsession for film, television, and female pop-musicians.
Surely there are children who saw the screenshots from the cover of the New York Daily News, and are asking their parents tough questions this week. But their curiosity and questioning should not make us afraid.
As we mourn the dead and remember the innocent lives taken by Williams, we also need to be careful not to let one man's drastic actions allow us to ignore those who speak out about racism, homophobia, and other types of bigotry.
Joe Little of ABC Channel 10 News in San Diego had it right. He saw no need for media analysis when it came to Vester Flanagan, aka Bryce Williams, who murdered two people and injured a third on air as his camera rolled. He quickly sent the footage to social media.
So that happened. Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) hammered Congressional inaction on gun violence during a HuffPost podcast interview
The scary truth behind American gun violence? It's on all of us.
“He shot three white people today. Why is that not a hate crime?”
The request was part of the lawsuit Vester Lee Flanagan filed against his past employer.
Vester Lee Flanagan II was fired from at least two stations for conflicts with co-workers.
Wednesday morning, reporter Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward were tragically gunned down on live television. The horrific
The man authorities believe shot and killed two journalists and wounded a third woman during a live segment Wednesday morning has shot himself and was taken to a hospital with life-threatening injuries.
Vester Flanagan said a co-worker at the other station was told to "stop talking ebonics."
Vicki Gardner, the executive director of the Smith Mountain Lake Regional Chamber of Commerce, who Parker was interviewing