Ethics in media: What to make of the Jayme Closs case

January 14, 2019 10:25 PM

Victim's right's advocates have said Jayme Closs' need to heal outweighs the public's curiosity after she was able to escape a home she was kept in for 88 days and witnessing the deaths of her parents. 

KSTP's Leah McLean sat down with University of Minnesota Media Ethics Professor Jane Kirtley to discuss finding the balance. 

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