Awesome!. I'd seen the Reuters photos discussed on other sites, but not the AP photo. They are busted again.
Serious question: How do we know the pictures were not taken in the order 3 - 2 - 1?
Really the only thing that may indicate he took them out of suitcase is doll clothes, unless, of course, he fixed the doll before putting it in the suitcase.
Note: I of course believe they go 1-2-3, but in terms of absolute concrete proof - what proof beyond reasonable doubt is there #1 was taken first chronologically?
I missed these photos on the front page of all the MSM papers today. I missed these photos on all the major TV channels. Did all the cowards in the US Congress get these photos? I'm sure that Barbara Boxer, Dianne Feinstein, Nancy Pelosi, Queen Hillary, Chuckie Schumer, Feingold, McCain, and the rest of the disbelievers are shocked. Wake up America!
Someone set us up the photos! All your photos are belong to us!
You've seen Slublog's thread on this? http://www.slublog.com/archives/2006/08/the_passion_of.html
Thu Jul 27, 7:07 AM ET
If you look closely you can see that the Minnie Mouse doll had been photographed upstage, closer to the building. I guess it is possible he picked that up first then went down to the suitcase. But not very likely.
I am keeping a list of these.
What I find amazing is that this is nothing new. The MSM has known this type of thing has been going on for years and has not seen fit to raise a stink about it until the blogosphere caught them with their pants down.
These really need to circulate. Did Rush talk about it today?
Thanks for posting this TR.
Finally, some real reporting.
A toy lies among the wreckage of a demolished building in the Hizbollah stronghold that was targeted by Israeli air strikes in southern Beirut July 26, 2006. REUTERS/Sharif Karim(LEBANON)
Notice how dust resistant these toys are? Does anyone own a patent on that material?
Wow, those clean toys must have been magically shrinkwrapped before the explosion and the toys managed to remove the plastic wrap themselves!
A Lebanese man collects his belongings from his shop near a building that was targeted by Israeli air strikes in southern Beirut July 24, 2006. REUTERS/Sharif Karim
Notice how clean the little balls are. Again this dust repellant material is amazing!
So the AP and another Reuters photographer have been caught red-handed issuing propoganda for terrorists.
"Sharif and Mohamed seemed like such honest muslims. We certainly couldn't employ Buddhists in Lebanon."
"Reuters" sucks, bump!