Update: Zoriah Miller Story Goes Far and Wide

Both the New York Times and the UK’s Guardian picked up photographer Zoriah Miller‘s story, which we posted on last week. Miller lost his embed status in Iraq after posting photos of bodies of marines killed in combat on his blog. (The marines were not identifiable.)

The New York Times piece says that, in contrast to the Vietnam war where the media had much access, five years in Iraq and over 4,000 US military deaths has produced only a handful of graphic images, which is absolutely incredible when you think about it.

From the New York Times:

“It is absolutely censorship,” Mr. Miller said. “I took pictures of something they didn’t like, and they removed me. Deciding what I can and cannot document, I don’t see a clearer definition of censorship.”

It’s nice to see this story finally getting the attention it deserves.

1 Response to “Update: Zoriah Miller Story Goes Far and Wide”


  1. 1 pomara July 28, 2008 at 1:40 am

    I think there is a lot here, look at this: http://pomaracommentary.wordpress.com

    This is my opinion on this. I think there is a lot of air to clear on this issue.

    Paul O’Mara


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