The mess doesn't bode well for Greenberg or The Atlantic, but does the magazine really have a case against the photographer after the fact? They claim that they don't vet photographers for their political agenda (which normally would have nothing to do with their performance). Still, they printed one of Greenberg's photos on their cover (one that although a far cry from the doctored images, still isn't that flattering) and only after the uproar about the images on her personal site are they rumored to be considering both not paying Greenberg as well as a lawsuit against her. Click here for the editors' note from The Atlantic about the cover.
(image via. Gawker.com)