In 1970 a woman cried out in grief over the body of a man killed by the Ohio National Guard. In 1972 a young girl ran down a street naked after being burned by napalm. In 1989 an unnamed named boldly stood in the way of Chinese tanks. These iconic images each marked a turning point where public attitudes shifted against their respective wars. Photojournalist Eddie Adams once said, "Still photographs are the most powerful weapon in the world." So what happens when soldiers are killing photographers?
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