'Charlie Hebdo' Editor in Chief 'A Drawing Has Never Killed Anyone'

The editor in chief of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo insists that their publication of Muhammad caricatures was no provocation, but a signal that free speech is alive and well in the country. Come what may, the magazine won't stop criticizing whatever it wants, he says. But his office remains under police protection.
Stéphane Charbonnier, editor in chief of Charlie Hebdo, is at the center of a media firestorm over the publication of Muhammad cartoons.

Stéphane Charbonnier, editor in chief of Charlie Hebdo, is at the center of a media firestorm over the publication of Muhammad cartoons.

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