KCi,Grow up! Tilley's photos were excellent and helped report the story of a family's loss.News isn't always wrapped up in pretty paper with a pink bow. Invasion of privacy? Please.
When I read this story, something came to mind. This is what a REAL homeless family looks like, not the jerks that lay under bridges because they don't want to work and expect society to pay for their needs. This family in their time of need is still thinking of others when they request donations be made to help others instead of themselves. God bless this family in their time of need. I know they will overcome this tragedy because it shows in their character.
I am Sean Steele.......I was not the only one who arrived and called 9-11...Klaus Hinz was there with me, along with another gentleman. I did not get his name. If it wasn't for their quick thinking, the two 4-wheelers on the back porch and the propane grill would have gone up in flames and probably exploded...we just did what was right.....
It was very insensitive of the Advocate to put a picture of the owner on the front page of the print edition, while she is grieving over the loss of her home and in a very emotional state. What an invasion of privacy at a very vulnerable time. What was Mr. Tilley thinking as he took that picture? Does he (and his editor) have no sense of decency and propriety?
If that had been the home of the Advocate's owner, or the editor of the Advocate, would their picture be splashed across the front page for all to see? I think not.
Praying for the family. They are the sweetest, kindest family. Our hearts go out to them.