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Source: ‘OH NO THEY DIDN’T!’ “11:17 pm - 03/17/2010 ‘…like to maul me like a Russian bear. Like. From that one movie. About a Russian. And a bear: Jack Bauer Rocks the Party’: What do LAers do on a Saturday night when they get tired of bar hopping and searching for the Kogi taco truck? They throw a house party, that’s what they do!This past Saturday my roommates (Serious ‘Stache contributors) and I decided to open our Beachwood Canyon abode to neighbors, friends, and apparently, Kiefer Sutherland. 
That’s the beauty of Los Angeles; you never know which alcoholic movie star will totter through your door– even if it is 4am and you are the only one left standing, cleaning beer cans and cigarette butts off the floor. Kief walked in looking for a wild rager, only to find me in all my glory, knee deep in trash and clad in flannel pajama pants from 1997.
…Kiefer bb ilu, but please, when are you going to stop drinking like a college student? 
PS. Let’s party sometime.
Also this is my first post here with actual text so I hope I’m doing everything right and I blacked out the people’s faces because…idk just in case…?”

Source: ‘OH NO THEY DIDN’T!’ “11:17 pm - 03/17/2010 ‘…like to maul me like a Russian bear. Like. From that one movie. About a Russian. And a bear: Jack Bauer Rocks the Party’: What do LAers do on a Saturday night when they get tired of bar hopping and searching for the Kogi taco truck? They throw a house party, that’s what they do!This past Saturday my roommates (Serious ‘Stache contributors) and I decided to open our Beachwood Canyon abode to neighbors, friends, and apparently, Kiefer Sutherland. 

That’s the beauty of Los Angeles; you never know which alcoholic movie star will totter through your door– even if it is 4am and you are the only one left standing, cleaning beer cans and cigarette butts off the floor. Kief walked in looking for a wild rager, only to find me in all my glory, knee deep in trash and clad in flannel pajama pants from 1997.

…Kiefer bb ilu, but please, when are you going to stop drinking like a college student? 

PS. Let’s party sometime.

Also this is my first post here with actual text so I hope I’m doing everything right and I blacked out the people’s faces because…idk just in case…?”


Source: Eatin’ Good in the hood: “FRIDAY, JULY 18, 2008, The South Philly Special: There’s been a little buzz on the internet about what my friends and I call the South Philly Special.  It actually might be an old buzz but Ron just stumbled upon it and insisted that I write this post.  Slashfood has an entry about what they call the “Philly Taco”.  I’m proud to say that my friends have actually eaten one of these - I’m sad to say that I missed out on it.  Our recipe calls for half of a Jim’s Steak and a piece of Lorenzo’s pizza - simply wrap the piece of pizza around the steak and dig in.
It’s a perfect blend of meat grease and cheese grease.  I imagine that amount of grease and carbs is great at preventing hangovers which works out well considering no sober person would ingest one of these.  Lorenzo’s, the pizza place for the South Street drunks, serves slices of really good pizza (even better when you’re drunk) the size of your head - the perfect size to fit wrap up a cheesesteak.  The “Triple S” is best shared with friends in Lorenzo’s mirrored “room of shame” - you know the mirrored room that forces you to watch your sloppy self scarf down this 40 grams of fat mess.  Now that’s a good end to a night out in Philly.
**I’ve blacked out the eyes to protect the identity of the shamed.”

Source: Eatin’ Good in the hood: “FRIDAY, JULY 18, 2008, The South Philly Special: There’s been a little buzz on the internet about what my friends and I call the South Philly Special.  It actually might be an old buzz but Ron just stumbled upon it and insisted that I write this post.  Slashfood has an entry about what they call the “Philly Taco”.  I’m proud to say that my friends have actually eaten one of these - I’m sad to say that I missed out on it.  Our recipe calls for half of a Jim’s Steak and a piece of Lorenzo’s pizza - simply wrap the piece of pizza around the steak and dig in.

It’s a perfect blend of meat grease and cheese grease.  I imagine that amount of grease and carbs is great at preventing hangovers which works out well considering no sober person would ingest one of these.  Lorenzo’s, the pizza place for the South Street drunks, serves slices of really good pizza (even better when you’re drunk) the size of your head - the perfect size to fit wrap up a cheesesteak.  The “Triple S” is best shared with friends in Lorenzo’s mirrored “room of shame” - you know the mirrored room that forces you to watch your sloppy self scarf down this 40 grams of fat mess.  Now that’s a good end to a night out in Philly.

**I’ve blacked out the eyes to protect the identity of the shamed.”


Source: Blog.albumartexchange.com: ‘New and Notable: Andrew W.K.’, By Fritz on February 10, 2010 10:20 AM: “American rocker Andrew W.K. is responsible for a debut album album (right) that features the artist sporting a shocking bloody nose. I Get Wet often appears on both “best” and “worst” album cover lists. I guess it depends on how one reacts to the sight of blood. 
This month, Andrew W.K. is releasing a special version of his 2006 “lost third album” Close Calls with Brick Walls along with a previously unreleased album called Mother of Mankind. The two-CD set is scheduled for release on February 23.
The cover for the new release is very unusual. Rather than just placing the artwork for both albums on the cover, it features an image of the artist holding both CDs. The face has been blackened out, but it appears to be Andrew W.K. who is on the cover”.

Source: Blog.albumartexchange.com: ‘New and Notable: Andrew W.K.’, By Fritz on February 10, 2010 10:20 AM: “American rocker Andrew W.K. is responsible for a debut album album (right) that features the artist sporting a shocking bloody nose. I Get Wet often appears on both “best” and “worst” album cover lists. I guess it depends on how one reacts to the sight of blood. 

This month, Andrew W.K. is releasing a special version of his 2006 “lost third album” Close Calls with Brick Walls along with a previously unreleased album called Mother of Mankind. The two-CD set is scheduled for release on February 23.

The cover for the new release is very unusual. Rather than just placing the artwork for both albums on the cover, it features an image of the artist holding both CDs. The face has been blackened out, but it appears to be Andrew W.K. who is on the cover”.


Source: ‘City-Data Forum > General Forums > Other Topics: How to get over feeling fat and ugly…. (free, house, pregnant)’. 08-03-2008, 08:00 PM, Mrs.Bewitched posted a picture of herself from July 18th [presumably 2008] looking at the camera, face and profile shown without blackened out face (or anything). Underneath this image was posted this image, of which Mrs.Bewitched wrote: “Here is a picture from yesterday. I blackened out my face because it was so miserable looking……look at that hair!!!!!!!!!!!! Do you see the difference?????”.

Source: ‘City-Data Forum > General Forums > Other Topics: How to get over feeling fat and ugly…. (free, house, pregnant)’. 08-03-2008, 08:00 PM, Mrs.Bewitched posted a picture of herself from July 18th [presumably 2008] looking at the camera, face and profile shown without blackened out face (or anything). Underneath this image was posted this image, of which Mrs.Bewitched wrote: “Here is a picture from yesterday. I blackened out my face because it was so miserable looking……look at that hair!!!!!!!!!!!! Do you see the difference?????”.


Source: “Sinha Acupuncture Research Centre is a leading clinic for acupuncture in delhi and ncr: ‘Happy Parenting’: Acupuncture assisted fertilisation, helped this patient ( identity withheld), they are blessed with a baby daughter now.”

Source: “Sinha Acupuncture Research Centre is a leading clinic for acupuncture in delhi and ncr: ‘Happy Parenting’: Acupuncture assisted fertilisation, helped this patient ( identity withheld), they are blessed with a baby daughter now.”


Source: Boston Whopper Project. “This is the official website of the Boston Whopper Project. Basically the experiment was to create a new form of food from existing foods that are known to be good. Figure 3. Subject enjoying the Boston Whopper. (Subject’s identity withheld at subject’s request). When asked whether or not the Boston Whopper was good, subject replied that it was ‘not too bad’ although creamy filling from donut and onions from Whopper did not mix well and left subject ‘feeling kinda funky’. Thus, the Boston Whopper is deemed not a good food due to its not too great taste and the costs and trouble involved in its creation”.

Source: Boston Whopper Project. “This is the official website of the Boston Whopper Project. Basically the experiment was to create a new form of food from existing foods that are known to be good. Figure 3. Subject enjoying the Boston Whopper. (Subject’s identity withheld at subject’s request). When asked whether or not the Boston Whopper was good, subject replied that it was ‘not too bad’ although creamy filling from donut and onions from Whopper did not mix well and left subject ‘feeling kinda funky’. Thus, the Boston Whopper is deemed not a good food due to its not too great taste and the costs and trouble involved in its creation”.


Source: “‘If Loving Pastel Drawer Pulls is Wrong I Don’t Want to Be Right. March 12, 2009’: Shopper’s identity withheld if only to spare her child from the humiliation of one day learning that her mother had drooled over something called the Bunnies By the Bay Lulla Bunny Bye Binkie”.

Source: “‘If Loving Pastel Drawer Pulls is Wrong I Don’t Want to Be Right. March 12, 2009’: Shopper’s identity withheld if only to spare her child from the humiliation of one day learning that her mother had drooled over something called the Bunnies By the Bay Lulla Bunny Bye Binkie”.


Source: ‘Identity Withheld’, Dublin street art.

Source: ‘Identity Withheld’, Dublin street art.


Source: “A photo found posted on a commercial photo-sharing Web site operated by a woman who said her husband brought the photos from Iraq after his tour of duty appears to show a prisoner being held at gunpoint. The prisoner’s face was obscured by the source. The Navy SEALs have launched a criminal investigation into photographs that appear to show commandos in Iraq sitting on hooded and handcuffed detainees, and photos of what appear to be bloodied prisoners, one with a gun to his head. (AP Photo)” 

December 28, 2004: ‘Six Navy SEALs sue AP over Iraq prisoner photos’: “LOS ANGELES (AP) — Six members of a Navy special forces unit and two Navy wives sued The Associated Press on Tuesday, saying the news agency endangered the servicemen’s lives and invaded their privacy by publishing photos showing the men interacting with Iraqi prisoners. The lawsuit says the agency erred by not obscuring the identity of the six SEALs in photos that accompanied a story distributed worldwide earlier this month, contending publication of the photos jeopardizes future covert operations and harms the servicemen’s careers. ‘There was no need for the AP to publish the faces of the SEALs,’ James W. Huston, an attorney representing the plaintiffs, said in a press release. ‘In fact, the SEALs showed more respect for the insurgents and terrorists that they were apprehending by obscuring their faces than the AP did for the Navy SEALs who were in Iraq risking their lives’.”

Source: “A photo found posted on a commercial photo-sharing Web site operated by a woman who said her husband brought the photos from Iraq after his tour of duty appears to show a prisoner being held at gunpoint. The prisoner’s face was obscured by the source. The Navy SEALs have launched a criminal investigation into photographs that appear to show commandos in Iraq sitting on hooded and handcuffed detainees, and photos of what appear to be bloodied prisoners, one with a gun to his head. (AP Photo)” 

December 28, 2004: ‘Six Navy SEALs sue AP over Iraq prisoner photos’: “LOS ANGELES (AP) — Six members of a Navy special forces unit and two Navy wives sued The Associated Press on Tuesday, saying the news agency endangered the servicemen’s lives and invaded their privacy by publishing photos showing the men interacting with Iraqi prisoners. The lawsuit says the agency erred by not obscuring the identity of the six SEALs in photos that accompanied a story distributed worldwide earlier this month, contending publication of the photos jeopardizes future covert operations and harms the servicemen’s careers. ‘There was no need for the AP to publish the faces of the SEALs,’ James W. Huston, an attorney representing the plaintiffs, said in a press release. ‘In fact, the SEALs showed more respect for the insurgents and terrorists that they were apprehending by obscuring their faces than the AP did for the Navy SEALs who were in Iraq risking their lives’.”


Source: “A photo found posted on a commercial photo-sharing Web site operated by a woman who said her husband brought the photos from Iraq after his tour of duty appears to show a prisoner being held at gunpoint. The prisoner’s face was obscured by the source. The Navy SEALs have launched a criminal investigation into photographs that appear to show commandos in Iraq sitting on hooded and handcuffed detainees, and photos of what appear to be bloodied prisoners, one with a gun to his head. (AP Photo)” 

December 28, 2004: ‘Six Navy SEALs sue AP over Iraq prisoner photos’: “LOS ANGELES (AP) — Six members of a Navy special forces unit and two Navy wives sued The Associated Press on Tuesday, saying the news agency endangered the servicemen’s lives and invaded their privacy by publishing photos showing the men interacting with Iraqi prisoners. The lawsuit says the agency erred by not obscuring the identity of the six SEALs in photos that accompanied a story distributed worldwide earlier this month, contending publication of the photos jeopardizes future covert operations and harms the servicemen’s careers. ‘There was no need for the AP to publish the faces of the SEALs,’ James W. Huston, an attorney representing the plaintiffs, said in a press release. ‘In fact, the SEALs showed more respect for the insurgents and terrorists that they were apprehending by obscuring their faces than the AP did for the Navy SEALs who were in Iraq risking their lives’.”

Source: “A photo found posted on a commercial photo-sharing Web site operated by a woman who said her husband brought the photos from Iraq after his tour of duty appears to show a prisoner being held at gunpoint. The prisoner’s face was obscured by the source. The Navy SEALs have launched a criminal investigation into photographs that appear to show commandos in Iraq sitting on hooded and handcuffed detainees, and photos of what appear to be bloodied prisoners, one with a gun to his head. (AP Photo)” 

December 28, 2004: ‘Six Navy SEALs sue AP over Iraq prisoner photos’: “LOS ANGELES (AP) — Six members of a Navy special forces unit and two Navy wives sued The Associated Press on Tuesday, saying the news agency endangered the servicemen’s lives and invaded their privacy by publishing photos showing the men interacting with Iraqi prisoners. The lawsuit says the agency erred by not obscuring the identity of the six SEALs in photos that accompanied a story distributed worldwide earlier this month, contending publication of the photos jeopardizes future covert operations and harms the servicemen’s careers. ‘There was no need for the AP to publish the faces of the SEALs,’ James W. Huston, an attorney representing the plaintiffs, said in a press release. ‘In fact, the SEALs showed more respect for the insurgents and terrorists that they were apprehending by obscuring their faces than the AP did for the Navy SEALs who were in Iraq risking their lives’.”


Source: ‘OH NO THEY DIDN’T!’ “11:17 pm - 03/17/2010 ‘…like to maul me like a Russian bear. Like. From that one movie. About a Russian. And a bear: Jack Bauer Rocks the Party’: What do LAers do on a Saturday night when they get tired of bar hopping and searching for the Kogi taco truck? They throw a house party, that’s what they do!This past Saturday my roommates (Serious ‘Stache contributors) and I decided to open our Beachwood Canyon abode to neighbors, friends, and apparently, Kiefer Sutherland. 
That’s the beauty of Los Angeles; you never know which alcoholic movie star will totter through your door– even if it is 4am and you are the only one left standing, cleaning beer cans and cigarette butts off the floor. Kief walked in looking for a wild rager, only to find me in all my glory, knee deep in trash and clad in flannel pajama pants from 1997.
…Kiefer bb ilu, but please, when are you going to stop drinking like a college student? 
PS. Let’s party sometime.
Also this is my first post here with actual text so I hope I’m doing everything right and I blacked out the people’s faces because…idk just in case…?”

Source: ‘OH NO THEY DIDN’T!’ “11:17 pm - 03/17/2010 ‘…like to maul me like a Russian bear. Like. From that one movie. About a Russian. And a bear: Jack Bauer Rocks the Party’: What do LAers do on a Saturday night when they get tired of bar hopping and searching for the Kogi taco truck? They throw a house party, that’s what they do!This past Saturday my roommates (Serious ‘Stache contributors) and I decided to open our Beachwood Canyon abode to neighbors, friends, and apparently, Kiefer Sutherland. 

That’s the beauty of Los Angeles; you never know which alcoholic movie star will totter through your door– even if it is 4am and you are the only one left standing, cleaning beer cans and cigarette butts off the floor. Kief walked in looking for a wild rager, only to find me in all my glory, knee deep in trash and clad in flannel pajama pants from 1997.

…Kiefer bb ilu, but please, when are you going to stop drinking like a college student? 

PS. Let’s party sometime.

Also this is my first post here with actual text so I hope I’m doing everything right and I blacked out the people’s faces because…idk just in case…?”


Source: Eatin’ Good in the hood: “FRIDAY, JULY 18, 2008, The South Philly Special: There’s been a little buzz on the internet about what my friends and I call the South Philly Special.  It actually might be an old buzz but Ron just stumbled upon it and insisted that I write this post.  Slashfood has an entry about what they call the “Philly Taco”.  I’m proud to say that my friends have actually eaten one of these - I’m sad to say that I missed out on it.  Our recipe calls for half of a Jim’s Steak and a piece of Lorenzo’s pizza - simply wrap the piece of pizza around the steak and dig in.
It’s a perfect blend of meat grease and cheese grease.  I imagine that amount of grease and carbs is great at preventing hangovers which works out well considering no sober person would ingest one of these.  Lorenzo’s, the pizza place for the South Street drunks, serves slices of really good pizza (even better when you’re drunk) the size of your head - the perfect size to fit wrap up a cheesesteak.  The “Triple S” is best shared with friends in Lorenzo’s mirrored “room of shame” - you know the mirrored room that forces you to watch your sloppy self scarf down this 40 grams of fat mess.  Now that’s a good end to a night out in Philly.
**I’ve blacked out the eyes to protect the identity of the shamed.”

Source: Eatin’ Good in the hood: “FRIDAY, JULY 18, 2008, The South Philly Special: There’s been a little buzz on the internet about what my friends and I call the South Philly Special.  It actually might be an old buzz but Ron just stumbled upon it and insisted that I write this post.  Slashfood has an entry about what they call the “Philly Taco”.  I’m proud to say that my friends have actually eaten one of these - I’m sad to say that I missed out on it.  Our recipe calls for half of a Jim’s Steak and a piece of Lorenzo’s pizza - simply wrap the piece of pizza around the steak and dig in.

It’s a perfect blend of meat grease and cheese grease.  I imagine that amount of grease and carbs is great at preventing hangovers which works out well considering no sober person would ingest one of these.  Lorenzo’s, the pizza place for the South Street drunks, serves slices of really good pizza (even better when you’re drunk) the size of your head - the perfect size to fit wrap up a cheesesteak.  The “Triple S” is best shared with friends in Lorenzo’s mirrored “room of shame” - you know the mirrored room that forces you to watch your sloppy self scarf down this 40 grams of fat mess.  Now that’s a good end to a night out in Philly.

**I’ve blacked out the eyes to protect the identity of the shamed.”


Source: Blog.albumartexchange.com: ‘New and Notable: Andrew W.K.’, By Fritz on February 10, 2010 10:20 AM: “American rocker Andrew W.K. is responsible for a debut album album (right) that features the artist sporting a shocking bloody nose. I Get Wet often appears on both “best” and “worst” album cover lists. I guess it depends on how one reacts to the sight of blood. 
This month, Andrew W.K. is releasing a special version of his 2006 “lost third album” Close Calls with Brick Walls along with a previously unreleased album called Mother of Mankind. The two-CD set is scheduled for release on February 23.
The cover for the new release is very unusual. Rather than just placing the artwork for both albums on the cover, it features an image of the artist holding both CDs. The face has been blackened out, but it appears to be Andrew W.K. who is on the cover”.

Source: Blog.albumartexchange.com: ‘New and Notable: Andrew W.K.’, By Fritz on February 10, 2010 10:20 AM: “American rocker Andrew W.K. is responsible for a debut album album (right) that features the artist sporting a shocking bloody nose. I Get Wet often appears on both “best” and “worst” album cover lists. I guess it depends on how one reacts to the sight of blood. 

This month, Andrew W.K. is releasing a special version of his 2006 “lost third album” Close Calls with Brick Walls along with a previously unreleased album called Mother of Mankind. The two-CD set is scheduled for release on February 23.

The cover for the new release is very unusual. Rather than just placing the artwork for both albums on the cover, it features an image of the artist holding both CDs. The face has been blackened out, but it appears to be Andrew W.K. who is on the cover”.


Source: ‘City-Data Forum > General Forums > Other Topics: How to get over feeling fat and ugly…. (free, house, pregnant)’. 08-03-2008, 08:00 PM, Mrs.Bewitched posted a picture of herself from July 18th [presumably 2008] looking at the camera, face and profile shown without blackened out face (or anything). Underneath this image was posted this image, of which Mrs.Bewitched wrote: “Here is a picture from yesterday. I blackened out my face because it was so miserable looking……look at that hair!!!!!!!!!!!! Do you see the difference?????”.

Source: ‘City-Data Forum > General Forums > Other Topics: How to get over feeling fat and ugly…. (free, house, pregnant)’. 08-03-2008, 08:00 PM, Mrs.Bewitched posted a picture of herself from July 18th [presumably 2008] looking at the camera, face and profile shown without blackened out face (or anything). Underneath this image was posted this image, of which Mrs.Bewitched wrote: “Here is a picture from yesterday. I blackened out my face because it was so miserable looking……look at that hair!!!!!!!!!!!! Do you see the difference?????”.


Source: “Sinha Acupuncture Research Centre is a leading clinic for acupuncture in delhi and ncr: ‘Happy Parenting’: Acupuncture assisted fertilisation, helped this patient ( identity withheld), they are blessed with a baby daughter now.”

Source: “Sinha Acupuncture Research Centre is a leading clinic for acupuncture in delhi and ncr: ‘Happy Parenting’: Acupuncture assisted fertilisation, helped this patient ( identity withheld), they are blessed with a baby daughter now.”


Source: Boston Whopper Project. “This is the official website of the Boston Whopper Project. Basically the experiment was to create a new form of food from existing foods that are known to be good. Figure 3. Subject enjoying the Boston Whopper. (Subject’s identity withheld at subject’s request). When asked whether or not the Boston Whopper was good, subject replied that it was ‘not too bad’ although creamy filling from donut and onions from Whopper did not mix well and left subject ‘feeling kinda funky’. Thus, the Boston Whopper is deemed not a good food due to its not too great taste and the costs and trouble involved in its creation”.

Source: Boston Whopper Project. “This is the official website of the Boston Whopper Project. Basically the experiment was to create a new form of food from existing foods that are known to be good. Figure 3. Subject enjoying the Boston Whopper. (Subject’s identity withheld at subject’s request). When asked whether or not the Boston Whopper was good, subject replied that it was ‘not too bad’ although creamy filling from donut and onions from Whopper did not mix well and left subject ‘feeling kinda funky’. Thus, the Boston Whopper is deemed not a good food due to its not too great taste and the costs and trouble involved in its creation”.


Source: “‘If Loving Pastel Drawer Pulls is Wrong I Don’t Want to Be Right. March 12, 2009’: Shopper’s identity withheld if only to spare her child from the humiliation of one day learning that her mother had drooled over something called the Bunnies By the Bay Lulla Bunny Bye Binkie”.

Source: “‘If Loving Pastel Drawer Pulls is Wrong I Don’t Want to Be Right. March 12, 2009’: Shopper’s identity withheld if only to spare her child from the humiliation of one day learning that her mother had drooled over something called the Bunnies By the Bay Lulla Bunny Bye Binkie”.


Source: ‘Identity Withheld’, Dublin street art.

Source: ‘Identity Withheld’, Dublin street art.


Source: “A photo found posted on a commercial photo-sharing Web site operated by a woman who said her husband brought the photos from Iraq after his tour of duty appears to show a prisoner being held at gunpoint. The prisoner’s face was obscured by the source. The Navy SEALs have launched a criminal investigation into photographs that appear to show commandos in Iraq sitting on hooded and handcuffed detainees, and photos of what appear to be bloodied prisoners, one with a gun to his head. (AP Photo)” 

December 28, 2004: ‘Six Navy SEALs sue AP over Iraq prisoner photos’: “LOS ANGELES (AP) — Six members of a Navy special forces unit and two Navy wives sued The Associated Press on Tuesday, saying the news agency endangered the servicemen’s lives and invaded their privacy by publishing photos showing the men interacting with Iraqi prisoners. The lawsuit says the agency erred by not obscuring the identity of the six SEALs in photos that accompanied a story distributed worldwide earlier this month, contending publication of the photos jeopardizes future covert operations and harms the servicemen’s careers. ‘There was no need for the AP to publish the faces of the SEALs,’ James W. Huston, an attorney representing the plaintiffs, said in a press release. ‘In fact, the SEALs showed more respect for the insurgents and terrorists that they were apprehending by obscuring their faces than the AP did for the Navy SEALs who were in Iraq risking their lives’.”

Source: “A photo found posted on a commercial photo-sharing Web site operated by a woman who said her husband brought the photos from Iraq after his tour of duty appears to show a prisoner being held at gunpoint. The prisoner’s face was obscured by the source. The Navy SEALs have launched a criminal investigation into photographs that appear to show commandos in Iraq sitting on hooded and handcuffed detainees, and photos of what appear to be bloodied prisoners, one with a gun to his head. (AP Photo)” 

December 28, 2004: ‘Six Navy SEALs sue AP over Iraq prisoner photos’: “LOS ANGELES (AP) — Six members of a Navy special forces unit and two Navy wives sued The Associated Press on Tuesday, saying the news agency endangered the servicemen’s lives and invaded their privacy by publishing photos showing the men interacting with Iraqi prisoners. The lawsuit says the agency erred by not obscuring the identity of the six SEALs in photos that accompanied a story distributed worldwide earlier this month, contending publication of the photos jeopardizes future covert operations and harms the servicemen’s careers. ‘There was no need for the AP to publish the faces of the SEALs,’ James W. Huston, an attorney representing the plaintiffs, said in a press release. ‘In fact, the SEALs showed more respect for the insurgents and terrorists that they were apprehending by obscuring their faces than the AP did for the Navy SEALs who were in Iraq risking their lives’.”


Source: “A photo found posted on a commercial photo-sharing Web site operated by a woman who said her husband brought the photos from Iraq after his tour of duty appears to show a prisoner being held at gunpoint. The prisoner’s face was obscured by the source. The Navy SEALs have launched a criminal investigation into photographs that appear to show commandos in Iraq sitting on hooded and handcuffed detainees, and photos of what appear to be bloodied prisoners, one with a gun to his head. (AP Photo)” 

December 28, 2004: ‘Six Navy SEALs sue AP over Iraq prisoner photos’: “LOS ANGELES (AP) — Six members of a Navy special forces unit and two Navy wives sued The Associated Press on Tuesday, saying the news agency endangered the servicemen’s lives and invaded their privacy by publishing photos showing the men interacting with Iraqi prisoners. The lawsuit says the agency erred by not obscuring the identity of the six SEALs in photos that accompanied a story distributed worldwide earlier this month, contending publication of the photos jeopardizes future covert operations and harms the servicemen’s careers. ‘There was no need for the AP to publish the faces of the SEALs,’ James W. Huston, an attorney representing the plaintiffs, said in a press release. ‘In fact, the SEALs showed more respect for the insurgents and terrorists that they were apprehending by obscuring their faces than the AP did for the Navy SEALs who were in Iraq risking their lives’.”

Source: “A photo found posted on a commercial photo-sharing Web site operated by a woman who said her husband brought the photos from Iraq after his tour of duty appears to show a prisoner being held at gunpoint. The prisoner’s face was obscured by the source. The Navy SEALs have launched a criminal investigation into photographs that appear to show commandos in Iraq sitting on hooded and handcuffed detainees, and photos of what appear to be bloodied prisoners, one with a gun to his head. (AP Photo)” 

December 28, 2004: ‘Six Navy SEALs sue AP over Iraq prisoner photos’: “LOS ANGELES (AP) — Six members of a Navy special forces unit and two Navy wives sued The Associated Press on Tuesday, saying the news agency endangered the servicemen’s lives and invaded their privacy by publishing photos showing the men interacting with Iraqi prisoners. The lawsuit says the agency erred by not obscuring the identity of the six SEALs in photos that accompanied a story distributed worldwide earlier this month, contending publication of the photos jeopardizes future covert operations and harms the servicemen’s careers. ‘There was no need for the AP to publish the faces of the SEALs,’ James W. Huston, an attorney representing the plaintiffs, said in a press release. ‘In fact, the SEALs showed more respect for the insurgents and terrorists that they were apprehending by obscuring their faces than the AP did for the Navy SEALs who were in Iraq risking their lives’.”

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