I’m seeing a little discussion on this pic. It’s reminiscent of the Japanese girl who was running naked toward the camera because her clothes had been burned off. I’ve seen that cameraman talk about his personal struggle to submit that picture. In hindsight, there is general agreement that it was the right thing to do.
Unless of course you are someone who profits from war. In that case, you want people to look away, so you point out how it’s wrong to hold the picture up at all. You don’t want people seeing the horror of war, then their won’t be wars, and who’ll buy your guns? If that doesn’t work, attack the person who took the picture, they probably set it up, maybe even paid the kid, maybe they aren’t really dead. The modern version, shame those who share the image on social media. No more faceless editors in New York, now it’s all you sickos with your phones. Anything to keep people from seeing the effects wanting cheaper products from underdeveloped nations.