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Monday, 26 February 2007

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Tita Mofaw

What a horrible scene. The post has the habit of putting up horrible images without warning the readers. During the UB strike we saw images of corpses with bullets in their head on many of the editions that covered the story.

I don't think it is approriate to overdose your readers with unpleasant scenes like this.You could still report the news without sending shock to people.

abili liese

The point here is not what the post puts out in its paper.There really has to be no emotion in this.The issue here is the savageness of our dear countrymen.

It is so surprising that even with the evolution that the whorld is going through Cameroonians can still brutally beat a minor thief to death.That is not justice. It's so backward and mean.

Ma Mary

The brutality ongoing in places like Iraq and Darfur, really ought to feature in magazines and TV shows in all its graphic horror. People around the world learn to detach themselves and to depersonalize these stories and feel no need to do anything about it because the stories seem so distant. Thanks for bringing it hard, post. More photos of decrepitude, violence, crime and fat leeches sucking the blood of society are needed.

Tita Mofaw

lemme twist it the other way round.I am not objecting the contribution pictures make to stories.What I am trying to say is that the post should atleast warn the readers and alert them that the image below is greusome.
The fact is people are not thesame and not everyone can handle things the same way.

ATS

Surely the heading is enough warning to whoever is scared of pictures. We can only ask 'the post' to bring them on. No problem.

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