Of course. They searched all over Egypt for a blond South African woman, who just happened to be in Egypt hoping to win a Pulitzer Prize by recording the 'Downfall of Mubarak' just so they could be in the news. Egyptians have lived under tyranny for the last 30 years and tensions were running high. Gathering news is a dangerous job because the participants in social upheavals don't sit around thinking about spoilt little feminists who think they are ready for the 'big time' by coming into a war zone, While I do not condone the violence done to her anyone who goes in to a combat zone, and that's what it was in Egypt, has to be well aware of the dangers and waive any right to security. It goes with the job. How many men have been killed reporting on events in Burma, Viet Nam, Iraq, etc. How many have received the front page coverage that this so -called 'journalist' got . A young male journalist was gunned down by American soldiers 'for sport' and not only did it not get front page coverage, it was shoved under the rug until Wikileaks uncovered the video. She lost her right to the title 'journalist', when she started whining about what happened to her. If you can't take the heat, stay out of war zones. She should be writing about Martha Stewart and her latest breakfast table centerpiece. What a whiny lot women have become. They scream for equality and when the going gets rough, they start crying, 'Whaah! Momma!" Grow up! is all I have to say.