- Dec 19, 2017
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Not that I'd expect any YTer with a camera to actually follow a code of ethics - but does anyone know where that line is for a respectable journalist? I agree with you - wherever that line is, Tyler clearly crossed it..... but if he had misrepresented himself at first but had revealed himself to BM at the end of the video, would that have been okay? If he had refrained from the clearly insincere empathy, would have that been okay? Or simply recording him without his consent was the line and anything after that didn't matter? I think journalists have to bend the truth in order to get access or get a story all the time - so I'm just wondering where that line typically is (and I do realize I may be giving this guy way too much credit by calling him a journalist).
Well in colorado he doesn't need permission from Barry but... The fact that he told him he wasn't being recorded changes things. He lied to his face and stood there pretending he came all that way to help. He was also calling him bro and asking what he can do to help. Tyson was not there to help anyone he could care less. He was also touching that bag of food he found...he obviously has no background in searching for a missing person and he didn't care enough to actually educate himself. He is just like an annoying nosy neighbor.