I don´t see a conflict here. Such photos keep people from being so complaisant that they ignore the problem.
I agree that posting photos is not enough, but it is cerainly not a negative.
We have a local problem in my "Spanish Village" ànd region. in the U.S. this would be considered a staes rights problem. We keep passing laws against bull fighting, and the central government keeps nullifying them. the current one they are trying to undo is rather simple. You know how in the U.S. we rate films, so that parents will know, and responsible cines, will not permit people to see them. We passed the same law about bull fighting. There is a stiff fine for a parent who brings in a kid, and one for the promoter for not keeping the kid out. Hee, the only way the promoters can make money is on people from Spanish speaking Spain (Spanish here is a requiredsecond language in school, seldom heard in my village except to be polite to tourists) or tourists. It has never been a tradition in this religion, but was introduced by the fascists. The arenas are seldom even half full, and are mainly used for concerts, and the equivalent of American county fairss.
This past year a torrero was seriously gored by a bull, all the papers showed it, with a heading torro 1, torrero 0.