Letter: FITSNews Sensationalizing Suicide

“Whether it is true or not is immaterial …”

RE: Midlands SC Dentist’s Death Being Investigated As A Suicide

Dear Editor,

You people disgust me. You feel the need to sensationalize your article on a good man’s death by plastering “suicide” in the title.

Whether it is true or not is immaterial. All you have accomplished is sullying the name of a husband and father and bringing additional pain to a grieving family.

Your pathetic attempt at justifying your actions further highlighted your lack of decency. The public has no “right” to know the details of a person’s death.

I hope your family isn’t exposed to the additional pain when you pass that you have heaped upon the Raman family. 


Mark Sanders





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