Using Graphic Images in Public
CBR is often criticized for the public display of graphic abortion images. Children, some people argue, should never be exposed to violent pictures. While CBR does what it can to minimize such exposure, it should be noted that mainstream media outlets often resort to the public display of violent pictures when such imagery is necessary to the news they are covering. These disturbing images are often seen by our children on television, on the front pages and covers of the newspapers and magazines delivered into our homes and on the covers of the news magazines featured in the magazine racks near the cash registers at every grocery store to which virtually every parent in America takes their children. The posts on this page are examples of this harsh reality. So long as America accepts the practice of abortion, CBR will continue to show America pictures of abortion
Sgt. Charles Graner posing over dead body of detainee Manadel a-Jamadi in Abu Ghraib prison
Picture obtained by ABC News and released May 19, 2004 shows a man identified as Sgt. Charles Graner posing over the body of detainee Manadel a-Jamadi in Abu Ghraib prison. According to testimony from Spc. Jason Kenner, obtained by ABC News, the man was brought to the prison by US Navy Seals in good health. Kenner said he saw extensive bruising on the detainee’s body when he was brought out of the showers, dead. Kenner says the body was packed in ice during a battle between CIA and military interrogators over who should dispose of the body.
Brutalized Afghan Woman on Cover of Time Magazine
Time’s Managing Editor, Richard Stengel, explains that though “this image will be seen by children… it is part of our job to confront and explain [the bad things that happened to people].” The picture is “a window into the reality of what is happening.”
Dead Protestor Shown on FoxNews.com
This protestor, shot dead by police on December 27, 2009, was shown on FoxNews.com.
Photos of Dead Soldiers Show Reality of War
Murdered Iranian Protestor Shown on FoxNews.com
These pictures of an unarmed, peaceful, Iranian protester (Neda Soltan) who was shot and killed by authorities in Tehran were posted on FoxNews.com (June 22, 2009).