This is a spin-off of my thread about Pilger, Nebraska. The story: When the tornadoes hit Pilger, many storm chasers were in the area (you can see their videos on YouTube). One such chaser arrive in the town immediately after the storm moved on. He had a camera, and captured a pic of first responders carrying a little girl, who later died. WARNING: the pic is graphic. This article does not include the pic, but you can click another link in the article and see the pic. I do not recommend doing so if you upset easily-it is heartbreaking. But you can read this article for more information. http://www.coloradoan.com/story/new...s-native-captures-photo-girls-death/10800753/ The question-how far should photojournalists and reporters go? This guy's defense is that photogs have been doing this forever. The most famous is probably the pic of the OK City fireman carrying the injured toddler. What is responsible reporting? What is crossing the line?