The New York Post used a photo of 58-year-old Ki Suk Han moments before he was hit by a train on the cover of their magazine. Han was pushed onto the tracts by an unknown assailant. The picture was taken by a Post freelance photographer who explained that he didn’t try to pull him out because he wasn’t strong enough. Instead, he claims he tried to use the flash on his camera to warn the conductor. Which sounds like a bs excuse. First of all, he wouldn’t have been dead-lifting a limp body off the tracks. He’d have been helping pull him up. Second of all, if this guy was telling the truth that the picture he took was only incidental of the camera flash, he won’t mind proving it by giving up the RAW files to see where the camera was focused.
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