Complete video at: http://fora.tv/2009/05/22/The_Future_of_Hard-Hitting_Investigative_Journalism Journalist David Marr reflects on the case involving Australian photographer Bill Henson's photos of semi-nude adolescent girls. Marr criticizes the tendency to involve government and police into matters of morality and ethics. ----- David Marr, Michael Bachelard, Robert Wainwright and Paola Totaro discuss their eye-opening research into current controversy and prominent issues. Their wide-ranging books delve deep into such topics as the Henson controversy, the Exclusive Brethren, and the Port Arthur massacre. - Australian Broadcasting Corporation David Marr is a journalist at the Sydney Morning Herald, he is also trained as a lawyer and previously presented ABC TV's Media Watch. He is the co-author, with Marian Wilkinson, of Dark Victory, about the Tampa affair, and The Henson Case, about the Bill Henson controversy of 2008. He is also Vice President of Watch on Censorship.
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