Chicago's WGN News won't have to think too hard about what to atone for this Yom Kippur after accidentally pairing a story about the high holiday with an image of a patch Jews were forced to wear in Nazi Germany, complete with stripes on the background implying that it's from a concentration camp uniform. It was, as they say in the biz, "a big ol' f**k-up."
Fortunately for WGN, Yom Kippur (the holiest day of the Jewish calendar) is the day of atonement. If they start now, they could probably send staffers to most of the city's synagogues to apologize before sundown. I realize local news deals with a lot of stock images every day, but ones from World War II generally aren't just sitting around in the B-reel folder.
Or just apologize online. Whatever you think is best, WGN. You only messed up in the worst possible way.