Suzi Parker - Politics Daily
Lara Logan appeared fearless and intrepid when she reported from war zones -- exactly what you want in a foreign correspondent.
The reporter "suffered a brutal and sustained sexual assault and beating" while covering the celebration in Tahrir Square on Feb. 11, according to CBS News, Logan's employer. Egyptian women and soldiers rescued her from a hostile mob that had separated her from her film crew, and she is now in an American hospital recovering.
Logan's assault is a reminder that reporting is a dangerous business. According to Reporters Without Borders, five reporters have already been ...