Staged phony victim shot wins Picture of Year

Gateway Pundit:

** Hah! **
Good acting wins International Picture of the Year Award honors!

Sports Shooter reports that The Pieta won first place in the "Human Conflict Picture Story" division.
You do remember this Hezbollah photo fraud don't you?


Back on August 8, 2006 during the midst of the Israeli-Hezbollah war, the New York Times published this photo of the sweating, dust-free, cap-at-side-holding "victim" of Israeli bombings with the caption:

The mayor of Tyre said that in the worst hit areas, bodies were still buried under the rubble, and he appealed to the Israelis to allow government authorities time to pull them out. (Photo Tyler Hicks The New York Times)
Bizzyblog forwarded the "Dead Guy w/ no dust" photo here in the morning thinking that this guy looked pretty clean for a bomb attack.
There was a reason for that...

An anonymous commenter at this blog put the pieces together on this Hezbollah photo fraud by late in the afternoon. This is what was discovered about the photo essay:

This photo is part of a photo essay entitled "Turmoil in the Mideast" - Reports from Israel and Lebanon: Attack in Tyre" accessible through the NYT website. All of the photographs are attributed to Tyler Hicks/The New York Times. The photograph shown on your site is photo number 6 in the New York Times array.

** The slide show is still available HERE.

"Dead Guy w/ no dust" shows up with hat in photo no. 2 (right side) pointing out something to the photographer.

Go to Gateway to see all the pictures that prove the fraud. They were part of Hezballah's Victim Strategy as I have dubbed it. They were deliberately trying to create images of "victims" of Israels response to Hezballah aggression.


Popular posts from this blog

Should Republicans go ahead and add Supreme Court Justices to head off Democrats

Comanches were brutal killers and not the gentle folks Hollywood tries to portray

US mass shooting compared to other countries