Sissi has posted that the Schiller documentary flashed an autopsy photo pf JonBenet's face and that she was shocked by the injuries to her face which hadn't been shown before. A few weeks ago, I read an article by a journalist who wrote of being shown such an autopsy photo by Michael Tracey. She had seen part of the photo before - but the face had always been "cropped out". She decribed being traumatised by the image. In response to this article, jameson posted that she had a copy of that photo. Sissi has volunteered to e-mail the photo to anyone who wishes to see it and already, some members of jameson's forum are asking to be sent copies of it. I am asking - why? Why would anyone want to "see" a dead baby's face? For what purpose? If your child were brutally murdered, how would you feel if someone got hold of the most gruesome of the autopsy photos - showing your child's face and posted it on the Internet? How would you feel about people "wanting to see it"? Am I alone in thinking this is unbearably ghoulish? I admit to being more squeamish than the average bear, but come on folks - what about decency and respect for this dead child? We've already seen dreadful images of her battered body and her little neck with the life wrung out of it. Why does anyone *need* to see her face in death? This really does make me feel sick.