|To the Editor: Criticizes story as being insensitive|
|Written by Tim Majoras|
|Wednesday, 29 July 2009 07:47|
Get a clue!
I am a daily reader of the Sentinel. I was very disappointed in the July 21 edition concerning the obituary and then subsequent article of Tracy Crouch.
I did not know him personally but I find it a disgrace that you found it necessary to put in headlines at the bottom of the obituary page "Man was found guilty of inducing panic."
He was punished for the crime he committed. Why did the paper feel the need to write another article when his obituary is on the same page and his family is grieving his loss.
Hopefully in the future there will be a little more sensitivity in the way you decide what needs to be written.
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