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This is a list of homicides of journalists in the United States.

The most dangerous sector of the US media has been the ethnic press. According to the Committee to Protect Journalists, ten journalists serving the Vietnamese, Haitian and Chinese immigrant communities were killed in political assassinations between 1980 and 1993.[1][2]


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Date Name Employer Location Notes Refs
2 August 2007Chauncey BaileyThe Oakland PostOakland, CaliforniaAfter investigating corruption in his community, Bailey was murdered on his way to work by the target of his reporting.[3]
02001-09-11September 11, 2001
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||Bill Biggart||Freelance photographer||New York City, New York||Killed while photographing the rescue effort inside the World Trade Center before the tower collapsed.||[4]
01993-10-2424 October 1993Dona St. PliteWKAT-AMLittle Haiti, Miami, FloridaSt. Plite was attending a benefit for former colleague Fritz Dor when he was also assassinated for supporting Jean-Bertrand Aristide.[5][6]
01992-03-1111 March 1992Manuel de Dios UnanueEl Diario La PrensaQueens, New York City, New YorkMurdered by Colombian drug traffickers for writing about drug trade.[7][8]
01991-03-1515 March 1991Fritz DorWLQY-AM (1320)Little Haiti, Miami, FloridaA colleague of Olivier's at WLQY, he was assassinated as he left a club.[5][9]
01991-02-1919 February 1991Jean-Claude Olivier (a.k.a. Division Star)WLQY-AM (1320)Little Haiti, Miami, FloridaA colleague of Dor's, he was known for his controversial commentary and was assassinated on his way to his car.[5][10]
01990-09-2222 September 1990Triet LeVan Nghe Tien PhongBailey's Crossroads, VirginiaA columnist of controversial content for the same Vietnamese magazine that employed Nhan Trong Do. Assassinated.[2][11][12][13][14]
01989-11-22Nov. 22, 1989Nhan Trong DoVan Nghe Tien PhongFairfax County, VirginiaA layout designer who worked with Triet Le, he was the first employer of the Vietnamese-language magazine to be assassinated.[2][11][12][13]
01987-08-099 August 1987Tap Van Pham (a.k.a. Hoai Diep Tu)MaiGarden Grove, CaliforniaHe was assassinated by arson while sleeping in his office by an anti-communist group that took responsibility.[2][11][12]
01984-10-1515 October 1984Henry Liu (a.k.a. Chiang Nan)Freelancer and authorDaly City, CaliforniaA critic of Taiwan who was assassinated by order from Taiwan.[15]
01984-06-1919 June 1984Alan BergKOA (AM)Denver, ColoradoA liberal radio show host who was murdered by a white nationalist group.[16]
01982-08-2424 August 1982Nguyen Dam PhongTu Do (Freedom)Houston, TexasWas assassinated at his home by an anti-communist group.[2][11][12][17]
01981-07-2121 July 1981Duong Trong LamCai Dinh Lang (The Village Temple)San Francisco, CaliforniaKilled by gunfire from a member of one of two anti-communist groups that claimed responsibility for his assassination. [2][11][12][18][19]
01977-03-099 March 1977Maurice Williams (reporter)WHUR-FMWashington, D.C.He was killed during the 1977 Hanafi Siege.[20]
01976-06-022 June 1976Don BollesArizona RepublicPhoenix, ArizonaMurdered as a result of a car bomb set by the mafia outside the Clarendon Hotel.[21][22][23]
01945-01-2222 January 1945Arthur KashermanPublic Press (alternative)Minneapolis, MinnesotaHis death figured into Hubert Humphrey's mayoral victory.[24]
01935-12-099 December 1935Walter LiggettMidwest AmericanMinneapolis, MinnesotaHe wrote about political corruption and organized crime.[25][26]
01934-09-066 September 1934Howard GuilfordThe Saturday PressMinneapolis, MinnesotaEditor of a newspaper that exposed corruption and organized crime. He and partner Jay Near won the US Supreme Court decision in Near v. Minnesota.[27][28]
01930-07-2323 July 1930Jerry BuckleyWMBC-AMDetroit, MichiganGunned down on election night.[29]
01908-11-099 November 1908Edward W. CarmackNashville AmericanNashville, TennesseeFormer congressman and senator. He was killed by a former army officer who disapproved of his name appearing in an article and threatened the editor.[30]
01898-04-011 April 1898William Cowper Brann (a.k.a. Brann the Iconoclast)IconoclastWaco, TexasWrote critical articles about Baptists. Shot in the back during a duel.[31]
01876-06-2525 June 1876Mark Kellogg (reporter)Associated PressLittle Bighorn Battlefield, MontanaThe first Associated Press journalist to die while reporting.[32]
01863-06-2323 June 1863Lynde Walter BuckinghamNew York HeraldAldie, VirginiaKilled as a result of an ambush during the U.S. Civil War. He was buried at the Mount Zion Old School Baptist Church-VDHR 53-339 in Aldie.[33]
01862-04-066 April 1862Irving CarsonNew York TribunePittsburg Landing, TennesseeFirst journalist to be killed during the U.S. Civil War. Killed by a cannonball fire while covering the Battle of Shiloh and General Ulysses S. Grant.[34]
01856-05-2020 May 1856James King of WilliamDaily Evening BulletinSan Francisco, California[35][36]
01854-06-2222 June 1854Joseph MansfieldSan Joaquin RepublicanStockton, CaliforniaMansfield was killed in a fight with a rival editor, both of whom were Democrats.[37]
01848-09-1515 September 1848John JenkinsVicksburg SentinelVicksburg, MississippiKilled in a fight with an attorney after the two had a previous altercation.[38]
01844-02-2929 February 1844James A. RyanVicksburg SentinelVicksburg, MississippiThe Vicksburg Sentinel was a Democrat paper and Ryan was killed by his rival Whig counterpart in a duel on their second fight.[39]
01843-06-066 June 1843James HaganVicksburg SentinelVicksburg, MississippiHe was killed by the son of a man Hagan had criticized in his newspaper.[38][39][40][41]
01837-11-077 November 1837Elijah Parish LovejoyAlton ObserverAlton, IllinoisThis abolition editor was killed by a mob supporting slavery in the Union.[42][43]

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