All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Lara Logan’

Lara Logan Hospitalized Again For Issues Stemming From Brutal 2011 Arab Spring Gang Rape

Lara Logan was admitted into a Washington, D.C. area hospital on Tuesday for issues that stem from the sexual assault she sustained while reporting on 2011’s Arab Spring. In the midst of celebrations in Tahrir square in Egypt, Lara Logan was purposefully seperated from her crew and bodyguard. Lara Logan was then violently assaulted by several men for about 25 …

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Lara Logan: ’60 Minutes’ Correspondent Hospitalized For Health Issues Stemming From 2011 Sexual Assault

Lara Logan, a correspondent for 60 Minutes, was admitted to the hospital this week for health problems stemming a brutal sexual assault she endured in Egypt in 2011. In and out of the hospital since she was beaten and assaulted by a gang of men in Egypt, the 43-year-old CBS News reporter was admitted in February with symptoms of diverticulitis …

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Lara Logan, “60 Minutes” Reporter, Hospitalized Due To Issues Stemming From Brutal 2011 Egypt Gang Rape

Lara Logan was reportedly admitted into a Washington D.C. area hospital again on Tuesday for injuries stemming from a gang rape. Lara Logan was seperated from her producer and bodyguard while reporting on the Arab Spring from Tahrir Square in Cairo. The statement from CBS at the time read, “Logan was covering the jubilation . . . when she and …

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Lara Logan Under Ebola Quarantine

CBS News foreign affairs correspondent Lara Logan has quarantined herself regarding the Ebola virus after visiting Liberia to produce a segment for 60 Minutes, which aired Sunday. Logan, a South Africa native, checked into a hotel for 21 days in that country, and CBS revealed that she is set to leave this Friday. Four other members of the 60 Minutes …

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Lara Logan Returns to Work at ’60 Minutes’

Lara Logan is back to work on 60 Minutes after being forced to take a leave of absence in November 2013. Logan received the suspension after her report about the controversial events that occurred in Benghazi aired. The news reporter relied heavily on the account of Dylan Davies, a security contractor who said he was at the scene of the …

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Lara Logan May Be Replaced On 60 Minutes

Lara Logan tarnished her integrity as a journalist and the 60 Minutes brand last year when she ran a piece on the Benghazi attack that was mostly made up of fabrications. She herself didn’t lie, but rather she made the mistake of using a source without first verifying its integrity. It was a rookie mistake and one that may cost …

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Lara Logan’s Return To “60 Minutes” Is Undecided

Lara Logan, who took a leave of absence from 60 Minutes in November following what she called a “mistake”, apparently does not have a definite return-date to CBS News, and spokesman Kevin Tedesco has said they decline to comment on when she will return or what her status currently is with the network. Logan delivered a segment in October about …

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Lara Logan Suspended For Erroneous ’60 Minutes’ Report

CBS has suspended its news correspondent, Lara Logan for an erroneous 60 Minutes report about the attack on a US diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya, according to USA Today. Also suspended was the segment’s producer Max McClellan. CBS News chairman Jeff Fager regretted the incident saying that “the deception got through and it shouldn’t have.” Logan and McClellan had ran …

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Lara Logan Apologizes for Flawed Report on Benghazi

Lara Logan made an apology on behalf of CBS for the erroneous report on the Benghazi attacks last year. The report raised questions about the Obama administration’s response to the attacks on the Libya compound, casting doubt on whether the administration sent all possible help to try to save Stevens and his colleagues, according to CNN. The story was then …

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