Reuters won't admit its unethical behavior

Ethel C. Fenig
Charles Johnson of Little Green Footballs, who first discovered Reuters' scandalous behavior of cropping photos in such a way to make the terrorists look good, is now reporting
that Reuters is "quietly releasing uncropped photos." Quietly, as in slipping in the correct, unaltered photos long after Reuters was caught with their photos down but not publicly admitting they deliberately did wrong. As Johnson comments
Please note that the Reuters Guide to Standards and Photoshop makes it clear that 1) this kind of cropping to remove vital context is forbidden, and 2) Reuters' own standards require a public acknowledgment of corrections and revisions.

Reuters appears to be violating their own published principles and standards.

Since Reuters has been caught several time s in the past altering photos, it might surprise some that Reuters even has "published principles and standards."


Charles Johnson of Little Green Footballs, who first discovered Reuters' scandalous behavior of cropping photos in such a way to make the terrorists look good, is now reporting
that Reuters is "quietly releasing uncropped photos." Quietly, as in slipping in the correct, unaltered photos long after Reuters was caught with their photos down but not publicly admitting they deliberately did wrong. As Johnson comments
Please note that the Reuters Guide to Standards and Photoshop makes it clear that 1) this kind of cropping to remove vital context is forbidden, and 2) Reuters' own standards require a public acknowledgment of corrections and revisions.

Reuters appears to be violating their own published principles and standards.

Since Reuters has been caught several time s in the past altering photos, it might surprise some that Reuters even has "published principles and standards."