I agree with Goose, we need to air the tapes, videos, everything they make of it in order to really show our "sensitive" society the images and atrocities of these savages.
I'd advise caution, though, as the reaction to said video would be unpredictable. For example, the videos of these folks decapitating a defenseless man (and not a soldier, but someone who was there working to rebuild the country and its infrastructure) might incite some blood lust in the populace and cause support to swell for action and the military presence in Iraq.
Or, it might swing the other way and bring disgust and a overwhelming desire for an immediate pull-out from Iraq from the people viewing at home.
And the fact that it's not a sure thing in terms of which reaction it'll illicit, might very well be the reason why the large media outlets don't play them on the air.
Now, in studying enlistment and War Bond posters in the Allied Nations during past wars, I've come to the conclusion that winning wars and gaining public support for military ventures requires a little blood lust and ire to be raised in the general populace. A good example is this one, from the First World War... and just after the sinking of the Lusitania;
On display in the exhibition is arguably the most famous of all World War I posters, simply entitled Enlist. Created by illustrator Fred Spear in 1915 before the United States committed its participation to the War already raging in Europe, this emotional poster depicts the drowning of a young mother clutching onto an infant with only the word "enlist" shown below in bold letters. It was designed to build upon prevailing American sentiments after Germany sank the passenger ship Lusitania, killing over 1,200 innocent civilians and children - - 128 of which were Americans. The Enlist poster encouraged the voluntary enlistment of Americans to aid in the war against Germany.
Now, as a young man in 1915 .... wouldn't that just rub salt in the wound and make you want to exact revenge against the "savages" who did that?
And that was the point..... and that might be something that the aforementioned media outlets are afraid to touch. Why? Well.....