By Good News Network Thursday, September 13, 2012
Libyans held a pro-America rally last night expressing regret and shame for the attacks on the American embassy that resulted in the deaths of U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and 3 others.
A CBS reporter on the scene said there is a sense of shock and anger toward those responsible for the crimes.
"When you talk to Libyans here you hear the same thing: Everybody is heartbroken. They're saddened, they're shocked by what's happened," D'Agata told Norah O'Donnell and Charlie Rose. "They say the ambassador is a personal friend to the Libyans."
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I think the press, including TV journalism, has an ethical responsibility, a sacred responsibility, a service mission ... to make good news just as entertaining (as we've made sexy the violence).