Reporters Without Borders voiced horror today as the toll of journalists killed in Iraq since the start of the war in March 2003 reached 100 with the discovery yesterday of the body of Adel Naji Al Mansouri, who was shot after being kidnapped in front of his Baghdad home the day before.
“One hundred journalists and media assistants killed in three years is appalling,” the press freedom organisation said. “No armed conflict since the Second World War has been so deadly for the press. -Excerpt From Reporters Sans Frontières
Let me guess. You're thinking like I did, "Only 100? That's not as bad as I thought I was going to hear".
We appear to live in an age of inflationary demands before considering outrage.