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There has been a lot of emotional response to last week’s column, which dealt with the murder of Jim Duckett and how his family was trying social networking and other Internet options in their efforts to help find his killer.
Some members of his extended family felt I was somehow making light of this effort. Sadly, that was far from the message I wanted to convey.
Writing about the victims of heinous crimes can be touchy. Privacy and grief can be tremendous obstacles on the path of good intentions.
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