CNN's Aaron Brown defended the seemingly endless flow of prison pictures by saying a picture could demonstrate a story much better than words. Others have questioned if it was appropriate for the media to show such inflammatory pictures when our troops are in a war zone, or at the least, to continue to harp on them after the news value is gone. One commentator, i believe it was Jason Lowry, contrasted the media's eagerness to show the lurid prison pictures with their historic refusal to publish pictures, drawings or even allow advertisements depicting partial birth abortion. I guess some pictures tell a better story than others. Also in contrast to the endless flow of pictures showing Americans abusing helpless Iraqi terrorists is the media's refusal to show pictures of the Berg attrocity. Ditto their refusal to show the abuse of the murdered Americans' bodies in fallujah. This is not a question of censorship or self-censorship by the media. As I've shown, they are all too ready to engage in censorship of images they don't want the public to view. This is about the media lacking even a shred of responsibility and about their willingness to put our troops in danger to push their point of view, which seems to be reflected here by Candletrader.