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  • "Protect Their Privacy" Campaign

    Greetings Everyone,

    In the past week or so the folk at From Tears To Hope _ New Beginnings have been discussing the distribution and use of photographic and videographic images of victims of crime and how this use is a continued and unwanted abuse of those victims.

    From Tears To Hope - New Beginnings has decided to do something about it and so can you.

    Please visit www.fromtearstohope.org and then follow the link to the "Protect Their Privacy Campaign" page to find out more.

    Together we can make a difference.

    BE WARNED what you will read will SHOCK YOU.
    Royd Moore FTTH-NB

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    Yes, this is a matter of respect.

    However, it is not the term found in the dictionary, that term defines how to behave.

    Respect in this matter, as it regards this subject is how one thinks and is guided by morals. For most modern people, so used to get what they want, when wanted, the cocept of a truely moral stance is unknown.

    Such people will always procliam loudly they have a right to see such victim photos, just because it's their right, blah, blah.

    In fact, there is no right to intrude, to show such gross disrespect to a deceased human being.

    Jim Burnes

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