I'm compelled to ask the question of when does one draw the line with the media? The footage in question was footage from in the WTC when the firefighters were trying to evacuate people and possibly save the tower from disaster.
And some of the things....well, it just shouldn't have been seen. Like the firefighters finding their chaplain, Fr. Judge and discovering that he's dead and carrying out his body.
I dunno....it just seems wrong that such....intimate (for lack of a better word) footage is shown. I mean, where does one draw the line? Some things are better left unseen.
But like the entry below, that's just my opinion. It does give insight what it was like for the firefighters....but is it supposed to be seen, that sorta thing?