Remember the emphasis they put on "not paying photographers" and "relying on the citizens to provide images?"
Here is the start of the article:
The corporation has once again been caught pinching photos, wrongly attributing them, and pretending nothing ever happened - in a triumph of crowd-sourced "citizen journalism".
But this incident of photo-lifting is slightly more noteworthy than most: the BBC used a photograph taken nine years ago in Iraq to illustrate its story about the massacre at the weekend in Syria.
The photograph, taken in 2003 by photojournalist Marco Di Lauro and licensed to Getty Images, was passed on to the BBC by an anonymous source for propaganda purposes. Casting aside the diligence and thoroughness for which it's known, the BBC simply pushed it out onto its news website, giving the copyright credit to "an activist".
I have found the original link I read and would like to hear your comments.