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  • But one Australian journalist has suggested it's becoming more dangerous to carry a camera on America's streets than a gun.

  • She was responding to the latest attack on the press.

  • It happened right in front of the White House.

  • This is the moment in Australian TV Crew were violently moved other, and here's the same incident from another angle.

  • The cameraman was shoved in the face.

  • The reporter was hit with a baton across her back, and Prime Minister Scott Morrison is asked Australia's embassy in Washington to investigate.

  • While the U.

  • S Embassy in Australia has tweeted, we remain steadfast in our commitment to protecting journalists.

  • But no, all American police officers seem to share.

  • That commitment is The Washington Post, detailing numerous attacks on journalists.

  • Some estimate there have Bean more than 100.

  • This article quotes the executive director of the Committee to Protect Journalists, who says, I've never seen anything quite like this.

  • Many of the norms have broken down well.

  • Linda Toronto is a freelance photojournalist.

  • On Friday, she was shot with a rubber bullet while covering the protests in Mini Annapolis, and she's lost the sight in one of her eyes.

  • This is what she told us I was lining up a shot and I caught a projectile from the direction where the police were on.

  • Protesters came to my aid.

  • They grabbed me and put me in their medic van and drove me to the hospital and have me.

  • I was in surgery within an hour.

  • I have been permanently blinded in my left eye.

  • Well, the BBC team was also targeted.

  • Cameraman Peter Mortar was working with our correspondent and lean football in Washington earlier this week.

  • It was before the curfew and they were both easily identifiable as press and this is what happened.

  • Meanwhile, the president has continued to tweet about the need to dominate on the streets and has continued his attacks on the press.

  • To this tweet is from Sunday, he said.

  • The lame stream media is doing everything within their power to ferment hatred and anarchy.

  • As long as everybody understands what they're doing, that they are fake news and truly bad people with a sick agenda, we can easily work through them to greatness.

  • Now let's be clear.

  • There's no suggestion the president has told the police to attack journalists, but if you routinely routinely demonize an entire group of people from a position of power based on your history teaches us you can reasonably expect that prejudice and hostility from others could well follow.

  • Whatever the reasons, the press is being impacted by police violence.

  • And in many cases the journalists are identified as press on a cooperating.

  • And it's not just journalists caught up in this.

  • When a woman was filming the National Guard and Military Police coming down her street in me and Minneapolis, this happened, you know, go let him out.

  • Of course, the reasons why all of these incidents are happening is very hard to pin down so soon after they've occurred.

  • Each circumstance fairies, And it's too early to have everyone's accounts.

  • However, perhaps we were offered a clue in this vice news video.

  • I'm pressed.

  • I am press.

  • I can't Okay, I'm down, I'm down.

  • I'm press says Reports of Michael Anthony Adams.

  • I don't care, comes the reply, and then the pepper spray comes out, and this video and many others are causing concern.

  • The head of the U.

  • N.

  • Tweeted at the weekend, When journalists are attacked, societies are attacked.

  • No democracy can function without press freedom, on in the last week, Various US police forces have shown, at best, repeated indifference to the role of the press at worst, something more sinister on each incident.

  • Places of further question mark about Ronald Reagan's idea that American democracy is a beacon to the world.

But one Australian journalist has suggested it's becoming more dangerous to carry a camera on America's streets than a gun.

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