You could spend your time yelling about civilian responsibility, blaming a photographer for another man’s crime, lambasting your followers for their stupidity, or engaging in tired conversations about ‘journalistic integrity.’
The core of most flame wars are steeped in simple human fears and insecurities. Seeing a photo of a helpless man alone and seconds away from his death reminds us that life can be unjust, cold, and broken. Your best response to this is not to break it further by yelling on the internet. I’d recommend hugging your neighbor or giving your mother a call, just to say hello.