"No one is saying a single word about parading gruesome pictures of dead children before the media. But normal balancing of taste and respect, with a public's right to know, has long been practiced. Where at least is the evidence of the forced entry, the shot up door and window to the front office? Where are the shot up windows and furniture? Evidence of the chaos which must have reigned? Where is Lanza's body, his weapons at his side?"
You begin your response:
"I don't think it is in the national interest to show images of 1st graders shot to death. It is immensely disrespectful to the surviving families and it doesn't really solve the problem at all."
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