By Jim Campbell
April 8th, 2019
I’ve inadvertently been following Lora Logan since the day I wrote an article about her brutal and multiple rapes in Egypt.
Clarissa Ward CBS War Correspondent
I was working for pay on an online newspaper, received a call and was told to pull my story on her.
I said I would not, and was immediately terminated.
I miss the $400/500 per month.
What did I say?
I said that CBS wouldn’t use this for its evening news but save it for it’s flagship operation, 60 Minutes.
Of course I was correct, that is exactly what they did.
Lora Logan the South African Reporter got the stories other women were not able to grab.
She was beautiful but the men she interviewed, mostly Special Forces understood that she was physically fit and could stay with them and when the opportunity arose she asked penetrating meaningful questions.
Lora Logan, Chief International War Correspondent, CBS News
She didn’t use her looks to get access, she used her extraordinary journalistic ability in intelligence do the job for her.
Two days following her rape she was back on the job.
In the interview below she tells the world how she was brutalized and multiply raped while at the same time feeling as though here limbs were being torn from her body.
As the image points out, Amanpour doesn’t appear to enjoy getting down and dirty on the battlefield but prefers to observe from afar.