The writer uses the 7.27 long video clip in this link to inform us as to how this clip provoked a discussion among media types as to how war ought to be reported. It must be remembered that up until this point the British public had not heard anything like this before.
A Daily Mail article gives you a bit of flavour to the background though this article is not used in the BAW feature.
It is certainly a topical subject given the current furore over whether Wikileaks should be allowed or not.
Overseas readers should note, we British do not like our military being criticised, you can criticise "British political leaders or so-called British generals" but we get very annoyed when people attack our troops.
The reason is very simple to understand. Nearly every British family has a link with the military, either in the past or in the present or both. This is one of the key facts which people who are stupid must try and understand when they attempt to explore the murky and deadly world of "Collusion" in N.Ireland.
This book is on sale for the veterans charity.
Or what king, going to make war against another king, sitteth not down first, and consulteth whether he be able with ten thousand to meet him that cometh against him with twenty thousand?