Mere hours after terrorists mowed down the office of French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, the world's journalists are on the case, attempting to get an interview with one of the paper's employees, Laurent Leger. One small thing: It is not yet known whether Leger was one of the 10 Charlie employees reportedly killed in the attack, or if he was injured. Still, maybe he has time to catch up? Or even if he is alive, it might be good for him to chat with a random BBC radio journalist about how his co-workers were just shot to death?

Note to journalists: Do not attempt to contact potential victims of a massacre before you know if they are dead or alive. This is a very bad way to do journalism.

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