Fauxtography propaganda

The ever-alert Charles Johnson of Little Green Footballs catches another computer photo fraud.  Johnson, who exposed Dan Rather's phony memos purporting to prove George Bush evaded required service in the Texas Air National Guard prior to the 2004 election and the equally phony photos (fauxtography) during the Hezb'allah-initiated war in Lebanon last summer puts together a collection of sites revealing the latest photo fraud from Iran which seeks to prove that US weapons are being used against Iran.   

A picture may be worth a thousand words but a doctored one is worth thousands of words of false propaganda
The ever-alert Charles Johnson of Little Green Footballs catches another computer photo fraud.  Johnson, who exposed Dan Rather's phony memos purporting to prove George Bush evaded required service in the Texas Air National Guard prior to the 2004 election and the equally phony photos (fauxtography) during the Hezb'allah-initiated war in Lebanon last summer puts together a collection of sites revealing the latest photo fraud from Iran which seeks to prove that US weapons are being used against Iran.   

A picture may be worth a thousand words but a doctored one is worth thousands of words of false propaganda