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Do You Have a Problem with this Graphic Photo from a Crime Scene?

More and more people are complaining that the media goes too far when showing graphic photos from crime scenes or accidents. But are they really crossing the line or just showing the audience what they want to see? Or have we become desensitized to it all?    Here is a great example. This photo below was taken from a crime scene in Ewing last week. It shows the body of the victim under a tarp being carted into the Mercer County Medical Examiner’s van. Should photos like this be kept out of news stories? Is it disrespectful to the victim and their family? Check out the graphic photo and let us know by taking our poll below.

Murder Scene in Ewing NJ
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