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painting the wall, not all black and white

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Submitted by myth (Germany), Jul 10, 2012 at 06:56

The photo shows a darker white on the wall around the writing of the name of the suicide bomber. Let me assume this is not the result of a digital forgery. I conclude:

The wall had been repainted with a brighter white after the initial picture and writing were put there. During the repainting the picture was carefully preserved rather than properly painted over. I wonder who oversaw that paint job and who paid for it.

As they say, it is not all black and white.

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