Unless someone catches it. This is what historians are for. We are timebinders. We see, so that humanity may know. We witness, so that humanity may remember.
Every tidbit of information is important, although some are more famous or influential than others. Watch. Listen. Record. For what is considered important today is not always the same as what will be valued or studied tomorrow. It is ours to keep, so that others who come after us may explore more of our time than we have left of those before us. Because we know these things matters.
This is what we're here for.
And Je suis Charlie? It doesn't mean we're all at equal risk of being murdered for our beliefs right now. It acknowledges that today they're coming for someone else, but tomorrow they could come for us, if we don't stand up and stop them. Je suis Charlie, unless we make a world in which it's not okay to murder people for annoying you.