Journalists often hate each other, or envy each other. This is perhaps one of the jobs in which these feelings are most common, and it can lead to isolation. It happened to Anna Politovskaya after she said she was poisoned while on a flight. Many journalists accused Anna of having made it up, saying that she had become a sort of delirious writer who believed in 007-style poisonings. The honesty of her words became apparent when she was murdered. Anabel said: "I want to live. I do not want to be murdered. I don't want my name to be added to the list of reporters killed every year in Mexico." And this is courage. The strong profound courage that I have always admired.