A  recent story  here about flag background is about a row over a doctored photo of the Army’s first four star woman general in which an American flag was substituted for a  desk and bookcase. The Associated Press says “that adjusting photos and other imagery, even for aesthetic reasons, damages the credibility of the information distributed by the military to news organisations and the public”.

Well, I thought I would put this thesis to the test using a figure selected at random from Williams history.

Perhaps some of you familiar with his identity can comment on any changes of perception of him because of the changing background.

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