I am asking that you stop publishing fraudulent and misleading propaganda photos. The photo and caption hosted on yahoo (originally from a fraudulent AFP source) at this address: http://news.yahoo.com/photos/ss/1479/im:/070814/photos_ts_wl_afp/140e13087c8865bec0c22bcf01aa597b;_ylt=AmRsk8HKRA96XQ609D7xS0_lWMcF is a fake designed to mislead the masses. Those bullets are OBVIOUSLY unfired. Did someone throw the bullets at the old lady's house? When you fire a bullet, the gun ejects the casing (aka brass). Please publish a retraction and links to the following articles for further clarification on how you and others have been duping your readers:
You need to be unbiased and report accurately, not just publish whatever fraudulent junk the enemy hands you. I challenge you that if you publish a big discouraging photo, your retraction should be just as glaring. Meaning, if you put something fake on the cover of a magazine, you publish your correction on the cover of the next issue. Otherwise, you are doing next to nothing to correct the false impressions you helped create.