By Lynn R. Mitchell
The Good Samaritans of the world hoping to help stop the spread of the dangerous Ebola virus have been attacked by villagers in Africa and now eight have been killed by stoning.
According to Fox News (see At least 8 Ebola aid workers reportedly killed ‘in cold blood’ by villagers in Guinea), those killed included journalists:
At least eight Ebola aid workers and journalists were reportedly murdered and dumped in a latrine in a remote village in Guinea in a frightening example of the growing distrust locals have of foreigners coming to help stem the mushrooming health crisis.
But this violence toward health workers hoping to help is not new: