From: Ken Bawcom (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Jan 22 2007 - 19:41:40 PST
On the PBS Newshour tonight, Helen's murder was cited as the impetus
for the anti crime march they recently had in NOLA, and changes they
are making in policing. I did not have time to watch it all, but the
program is often repeated, on some PBS stations, in the wee hours.
Quoting Francisco Torres <email suppressed>:
> What I have been trying to understand since I read the first post is -
> Why is Mr Sargent's so upset if someone decides to grieve for the
> death of Ms. Hill?
> Feelings are a personal matter. I felt terrible the day Sam Fuller
> died. And the day Kubrick died. Did I ever met them? No. It was all
> about my feelings for what they represented for me.
> Is that allright for Mr Sargent?
> Maybe not. Do I care? Take a wild guess...
> I cant understand comparing Helen Hill's death to Ms Spencer's either.
> Oh well.
> If another artist I admire dies Will I have to get Sargents permission
> to grieve and feel upset?
> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.
"Those who would give up essential liberty
to purchase a little temporary safety
deserve neither liberty, nor safety."
Benjamin Franklin 1775
"I know that the hypnotized never lie... Do ya?"
Pete Townshend 1971
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.