No pixelation of the nude prisoners in the photos. No disclaimers about paying respect to members of the US military who will be endangered by publication of the pics. The Washington Post used the opportunity to republish Abu Ghraib photos and video it obtained in April 2004.
Readers have been e-mailing all day the question the MSM needs to answer:
Why the Abu Ghraib photos, but not the Mohammed Cartoons?
The Abu Ghraib scandal happened two years ago. The perpetrators have been put away. It's over and done with. But the uproar from the Danish cartoons is ongoing: It's happening as you read this.