WIS used that series of photos to brush up morale when talking to groups of troops during training sessions. They were part of a fairly large collection of nasties which we held. Only those showing ex-baddies were used for this purpose. I seem to remember that someone at HQNI had a heart-flutter toward the end of my tour in '78 and banned them.My favourite photo in that genre, I saw at NITAT in 1979.
It was taken at a post-mortem examination of the remains of the ex-SAS cvnt whose life and terrorist career ended in summer 1976* when the IED he was planting at a gasometer in Belfast detonated prematurely, after he'd breached the perimeter fence.
The contents of the gasometer were ignited, and the consequent blast had propelled his mortal remains back the way he'd come - through the chain link perimeter fence.
Literally through it.
He'd come out the other side like a King Edward pressed through a chipper (each piece of the boyo being sausage-like, but roughly 2" square viewed end-on) and some lucky souls had collected all the fragments from the crime scene, after which he had been pieced back together on the slab, like a weird 3-D jigsaw puzzle.
Live by the sword, etcetera.
*The blast was sufficiently dramatic (in daylight, mark you) that an AAC Gazelle pilot overflying Keady saw and reported it, mistaking it at first for a smaller blast somewhere in his local vicinity.