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quinta-feira, junho 22, 2006


Ted Diadiun in The Cleveland Plain Dealer escreveu sua crónica sobre reacções de leitores à publicação, em primeira página, da imagem referente à morte de Abu Musab al-Zarqawi.

"Readers registered their disgust with a front-page photograph of a dead terrorist. The image of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi ran six columns, showing a soldier at a news conference walking away with a framed photo of al-Zarqawi with a machine gun, having replaced it with a framed photo of the terrorist leader's bloated face, lying in a pool of blood.

Almost every large U.S. newspaper placed the story on its front page yet many of us are not accustomed to seeing death stare back at us in such a brutal way from our morning newspaper."