This video from eastern Ukraine is about Sky News reporter Colin Brazier going through MH17 victims’ belongings.
From AFP news agency:
Sky News apologizes after reporter rummages through luggage of flight MH17 victim on air
Sunday, July 20, 2014 20:20 EDT
British broadcaster Sky News apologised after one of its presenters searched through luggage at the crash site of downed flight MH17 live on air on Sunday.
In a news broadcast, presenter Colin Brazier was shown rooting through personal belongings in an opened suitcase at the site, picking up a set of keys before saying: “We shouldn’t really be doing this.”
The footage was greeted with anger on social media, including calls for Brazier to be sacked.
The incident came as Australia called for respect for the bodies of the 298 who perished in the disaster, amid reports the crash site was being trampled and interfered with as investigators struggled to reach the site due to conflict.
From Salon.com in the USA:
Brazier’s eagerness to jump into the personal effects of a victim recalls the worst of tabloid behavior – and for many in the UK, it no doubt calls to mind the ethical failures of the Murdoch empire, including hacking into the voicemails of a murder victim.
Britain: Sky faces inquiry over MH17 report. Ofcom received more than 200 complaints over broadcast of reporter Colin Brazier picking through luggage at crash site: here.
CNN somehow outdoes Colin Brazier in its MH17 coverage: here.
A Dutch TV journalist rummaged as well at MH17 disaster site: here.
Britain: A desire not to embarrass the Royal Family has emerged as a key reason why the Metropolitan Police failed thoroughly to investigate phone hacking at the News of the World in 2006: here.
The way the crash of flight MH17 in Ukraine is being politically exploited parallels the way the 9/11 terrorist attack in the US was utilized to pursue reactionary aims: here.
Football: Oligarch and Shakhtar Donetsk owner Rinat Akhmetov has threatened to fine a host of players who have failed to return to Ukraine amid fear for their safety due to the ongoing conflict in the capital: here.