With numerous disclaimers present, choosing to ignore written word is fault of the reader.
In a podcast, editor James MacArthur responds to readers who disagree with the use of the cover picture used in a story.
Among other things, the story on the Southwest Airlines incident at BWI reveals a little known pre #911 incident. It details the time when passengers basically beat an unruly, disruptive man to death.
That in itself is an incredible story, yet all some people want to do is talk about the cover picture.
A highly detailed, accurate, well researched, comprehensive story has been reduced to accusations of "bad journalism" from some, because rather than actually read, they get stuck on a single picture. Unbelievable!