(Zoriah Miller images of dead US Marines in Fallujah)
The Bush administration and the Pentagon have worked relentlessly to prevent real images of violence being published in this country. They know that such images helped put an end to the war in Vietnam.
Zoriah Miller, an embedded journalist, explains how the military censored the images he took after a recent suicide bombing in Fallujah.
One way to keep war out of the minds of citizens and voters is to be sure that no one gets to seem them.