Moment Of Triumph: Lara Logan Returns To CBS News To Announce The Death Of Osama Bin Laden

Talk about a grand return for brutalized reporter Lara Logan! But, Lara Logan made her return to CBS News Sunday night, announcing that a raid by Navy Seals ordered By President Obama resulted in the death of arch-terrorist leader Osama Bin Laden. Lara Logan had disappeared from the public view since she was the victim of physical and sexual violence back on February 11, when a crowd of as many as 300 Egyptian men attacked her while reporting on the successful uprising to topple Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak from power.

With so much time passing since her brutal attack, fans of the popular CBS head foreign reporter wondered when she might return to the news. However, Lara Logan gave some details of her injuries which took time to heal such as the crowd of men pulling on her limbs creating numerous muscle and joint injuries, although she didn’t suffer any broken bones. Lara Logan suffered numerous other physical injuries including sexual abuse by penetration with hands as well as injuries from being punched, pinched and whipped with flagpoles that needed time to heal as well.

Lara Logan was also the subject of a 60 MINUTES segment Sunday night, but then made a surprising return to CBS News only minutes later on the West Coast as the news of the death of terrorist Osama Bin Laden was announced. It was a big night for Lara Logan, and her many fans so happy to see this fine journalist back again, looking as beautiful as ever.

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  • Sidbee2011

    Lara Logan was attacked — raped! — for three reasons, only one of which was her gender: What drove the mod nuts was the charge that she was a Jew and and Israeli. This may drive a spike through the heard of the assertion that Egyptian demonstrators were peaceful or interested in democracy and human rights.

    Her courage and struggle entitle her to the title of “Eshet Chayil,” Hebrew for “Woman of Valor.” Eshet Chayil is a hymn which is customarily recited in Jewish homes around the world on Friday evenings, after returning from synagogue and before sitting down to the Shabbat evening meal.

    I know that Jews everywhere celebrate Lara Logan, who is now an honorary Jew and an honorable Israeli, though she is actually neither in fact or background. She is a a great ceedit to CBS, to South Africa, to her religion and to humanity as a whole.