The death of Fabienne Cherisma, from the series Haiti, 2010, © Nathan Weber/NBW Photo.
This is a response by Anonymous User to January 2015

While this image makes me sad it is an important picture because it reveals a larger truth. The white photographers, crouching like vultures in front of Fabienne's remains, exposes the real culprit. Let us not forget that the white man put the black man on Haiti's soil to begin with. Perhaps in taking this image, Nathan Weber, experienced a bout of self-realization; that he was complicit in this larger narrative and propagating its deception. A close-up of just Fabienne's dead body would have again deflected the blame of the white man onto the black police officer.