In other words, the free speech exhibited by the folks at Charlie Hebdo was not virtuous—until there was a body count.
Not in tax dollars, not in national resources, not even in the amorphous concept of a body count.
Hatriot fears can have deadly consequences, with a body count evident in the first six months of 2009 alone.
Airstrikes and artillery fire have compounded the body count.
The death toll of at least 53 people on February 20 doubled the body count of the previous two days.
It might have been another tragic statistic in the Brazilian-traffic body count.
By the end of the movie the body count is: Innocent bystanders, 1, marauding psychopaths, 4.
It suggests that epidemics, like explosions and tsunamis, are of interest only if there is a body count to headline the story.
In 1988, the year before Spot News moved to Chicago, the city had what looks like a body count suited for war time.
Rescue squads--the familiar ambulance, fire brigades were attempting a body count in the rubble of O'Leary's.