We all like Michael Yon's reporting. How about this? 'Zoriah' is a US photojournalist: credible, with a history of taking some excellent pics in war and disaster zones. He was embedded with US marines in Anbar, and took a set of very graphic pictures of the aftermath of a suicide bombing; Blog post He waited until the dead marines' families were notified. A US marine general is now trying to have him barred from all US military access worldwide. This raises the issue of access to the reality of what we do - good article here: New York Times Got me thinking: are we right to keep such images from the public in order to keep the 'war effort' going, or are should we be saying that if we believe in the rightness of our cause, we have no problems with total access? Thoughts?