Comment: They usually avoid those kinds of photos because:

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They usually avoid those kinds of photos because:

1. It's disturbing content. "Bodies" in a high-speed, high-kinetic energy impact tend not be in one piece.
2. The bodies are buried deep into the impact crater.
3. They do not want to identify any persons out of respect.

Of course, while it may preserve human dignity, it may also work doubly to mask the nature of the crash--be it a genuine accident or incident or false flag.

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