Sunday, March 9, 2008

The Seven Pixels of Justice

Surveillance footage is supposed to be a good thing, right? That's what I thought. But just because it's "surveillance footage" doesn't mean it's "helpful surveillance footage". No, it could just be 6 or 7 pixels pretending to be "surveillance footage".

Case in point: The FBI released a "surveillance footage photo" of a suspect in the Times Square bombing on Thursday, 03/06/2008. Well, great! That should help! Right?..........Eh.

Here's what we've got:

Seriously, who does this help? Anyone? Anyone? I mean, why bother?

They might have just as well released this photo along with the caption, "We're looking for a guy on a bike."

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