or harms? I'm not sure how to word this. I saw something on the news this morning about the authorities that pulled the bombing suspect from the boat. This one man said something to the effect that this was nothing more than a terrorist. Correct, but with all the information out there for the public to read about that family, their lives, etc.. etc... Do you think this might make the public sympathetic to the suspect? I realize that the media has to provide coverage from all perspectives, but do you think this really helps? I also read something about his friends trying to update his online presence to show that he was just an ordinary college student. Does this just come with the times and territory about what online media influences?
Okay, I might be spinning here, but if you understand what I am trying to ask, feel free to reword it for me. Otherwise, what is your opinion?
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