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Byline: Acel Moore
The photographs taken during the seizure of Elian Gonzalez by federal agents from the Miami home of Elian's relatives, and the pictures of the 6-year-old Cuban boy's reunion with his father, tell the story better than the hundreds of thousands of words written about this drama.
The story has so dominated our news for the last five months that Elian's face is now familiar to most Americans and a columnist like me has only to use his first name.
The smiling faces of Elian and his father, Juan Miguel Gonzalez, embracing each other are the profoundest picture of all. They confirm not only the sanctity of the bond between a father and son but also the rightness of what Attorney General …