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Posted on 08/09/2006 4:30:37 PM PDT by MarcusAurelious
"Fauxtography" alert: NYTimes and USNews; plus Time and Reuters' Issam Kobeisi By Michelle Malkin · August 08, 2006 08:58 PM ***scroll for updates...8/9 - The New York Times corrects...***
Case study number one: The NYTimes and the Lebanese pieta
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Un freaking believeable.
NPR has a different caption on the same pic saying the guy had "fallen" and was hurt.
The whole thing is so obviously staged it's a joke. Look at the way he tuck his hat under his arm to keep it out of the dust.
The cover of the US News issue isn't just a photo of a garbage dump on fire, but a dump for used tires, which explains the large amount of smoke and fire.
You know, the Dan Rahter thing was almost amusing, in that it was so obvious that they got caught with their pants down.
This fake war photo stuff is very alarming. That there is a war going on in the US is no longer a refutable concept. I believe its roots go back to Gore trying to steal the 2000 election, and before that Watergate.
What are they willing to do to win in 2008?
Is it possible the main stream media doesn't always tell the truth ???
I saw that live, and was amused at the fact the poor hezzie thought the fire was a threat, as he kept aiming his gun at it.
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