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Were WTC Photos Necessary?

I expected to get mail complaining about an NU editorial decision last weekthat is, the one to run a story about the insurance implications of Janet Jacksons “wardrobe malfunction.”

No such letters were forthcoming (yet). However, we did take some hits for another, much more serious and sensitive mattermy decision to run two pictures of the World Trade Center taken shortly after the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11 as part of a story on the start of the trial disputing coverage for the loss.

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