Photo backstory: On April 6, 1972 in Saint-Brieuc, a town in Brittany, the workers from the company Joint Français went on strike. The CRS (French riot police) moved in. Face to face, are Guy Burmieux, a worker, and Jean-Yvon Antignac, a riot policeman. Jacques Gourmelen, the photographer, was covering local news for the newspaper Ouest-France. “I took the photo on instinct. Burniaux had recognized his old friend and classmate,” said the photographer to his colleague Véronique Constance, on the
Utter bullshit. Unexpected problems and limitations of hardware are in now way reflections of some bias present in the minds of the creator. If you even look at the picture, you'll notice that the two women do, in fact, look very similar. Obviously, improvements can be made to the hardware now that this problem has arisen, but labeling it as racism just trivializes actual racism.
The end is false. No one, even Anastasia, were alive when they were moved into the back of the truck. Either her or Maria shot up and screamed while the other made noises, some historians believe that the girl making the 'gurgling' noises that were reported was dead and it was actually air bubbles bursting in the back of her throat.