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Andy Ngo questions CNN's standards over photo of drowned father and daughter from El Salvador

Independent journalist Andy Ngo is questioning CNN’s standards, if there are any, after the network published the now-viral heartbreaking photo of a father and daughter from El Salvador who drowned trying to cross the Rio Grande river from Mexico into the U.S.


Ngo writes, “How come editors in msm don’t provide consistent principles on when to publish graphic photos of dead people & children? For example, there’s no holding back on images of dead migrants but they don’t run graphic photos of dead victims of terrorism or murdered Israelis.”

In the past, CNN has declined to publish photos of dead people. What’s changed, CNN?


Here’s another example:

Over to you Brian Stelter. Are there any standards?



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