Media won't be banned from covering carnage of Katrina

Following reports that FEMA - the Federal Emergency Management Agency - was trying to ban the media from showing pictures of dead bodies in the wake of the hurricane Katrina disaster, the agency has stated that it will not try to prevent further press coverage this week.

CNN mounted a legal challenge to the US authorities attempts at censorship and secured a successful outcome at a court hearing on Saturday.

More from CNN HERE
Transcript of CNN lawsuit against FEMA and Michael Brown HERE


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