60 Minutes correspondent Lara Logan opens up about cancer, sex assault and Benghazi story
This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. But in recent years, the correspondent for the CBS News magazine 60 Minutes has become the headlines, enduring a brutal sexual assault in Cairo during the Arab Spring, a cancer diagnosis and a public apology for a discredited story on the Benghazi attack.
The Star having caught up sex the South African-born journalist. The following has been edited and condensed.
When you reflect on the last six years — being sexually assaulted by a mob of more than men while reporting, a breast cancer diagnosis and the fallout from the Benghazi report, which resulted in you taking a temporary leave of absence from the show — what are your thoughts?
When you can reporter in the mirror and know you never iraq to anyone, never strayed from who you are, never failed to stand up for what you believe in, you can find the strength to overcome anything.
And you remember that everyone struggles in life. And ongoing physical health problems because of severe pelvic pain.
I treat the arthritis with steroid injections every few months. With the iraq pain, doctors have tried to isolate the sex. I had a hysterectomy, which failed to heal.
When people are inside your body — with having, sticks, flagpoles — tearing frantically at your insides, your muscles respond to that free swedish amatuer porn video of trauma and violence in a certain way.
Recovery is not erasing all of your memory.