The Memory Hole is not for the squeamish; its latest coup is the publication of hundreds of photos of US military dead returning from Iraq to Dover AFB.
Most western media decided not to run the photos of the desecration of the bodies of the four "contractors" (=mercenaries) killed in Fallujah with such disastrous consequences. The Memory Hole has a veritable album of the photos.
And that's not all—the site has plenty of other shocking and disturbing material. It's yet another example of how the Web is transforming the nature of public discourse. Muckraking used to be a specialty of a certain kind of print journalist. Now, in the present Golden Age of Muck, everyone's got a rake.