As the events at the Pentagon unfolded on 9/11, a series of photographs were taken by Daryl Donley that recorded the initial moments immediately after the plane impact into the western side of the Pentagon. After taking the photographs, Donley dropped his film off for developing and later called a friend at Gannett (a major newspaper publisher) and informed her of his story and that he had taken photos. Gannett bought Donley's photos and made them available to papers across the country. "I never saw them in print, so I have no idea who used them," Donley said. In April 2002, he learned from a reporter that one of his photos was published