Summer 2004

U.S. Newspapers Decide Which Images of the Fallujah Killings to Publish

Compiled by David Perlmutter and Lesa Hatley Major

Cheering Iraqis with burning SUV. Photo by Karim Sahib/AFP/Getty Images.

Akron Beacon Journal
Anchorage Daily News (cropped)
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
The Boston Globe
Chicago Sun-Times
The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer (cropped)
The Columbus Dispatch
Daily News of Los Angeles
The Dallas Morning News
Fort Worth (Tex.) Star-Telegram
Houston Chronicle
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
The (Portland) Oregonian
The Sacramento Bee
San Jose Mercury News
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
The Seattle Times
The Star-Ledger (N.J.)
The Times-Picayune
The Washington Times

Contractors hanging on bridge. Photo by Khalid Mohammed/The Associated Press.

The (Baltimore) Sun
The Buffalo News
The Charlotte (N.C.) Observer
Chicago Tribune
Daily Herald (Il.)
The Des Moines Register
Detroit Free Press
The Hartford Courant
New York Post
The New York Times
The Palm Beach Post
The Philadelphia Inquirer
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times
The San Diego Union-Tribune
The Tampa Tribune

Man in white shirt in front of burning SUV. Photo by Abdel Kader Saadi/The Associated Press.
Asbury Park Press
The Beaumont Enterprise (Tex.)
Courier News (N.J.)
The Des Moines Register
The Dothan Eagle (Ala.)
The Greenville News (S.C.)
The Honolulu Advertiser
The Idaho Statesman
Las Vegas Review-Journal

1 Comment on U.S. Newspapers Decide Which Images of the Fallujah Killings to Publish
james A. Bretney says:
September 23, 2010 at 3:54am
I am doing a movie about this incident:
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