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The true problem is a society that cares what atheletes, actors and singers do outside their craft. As long as people live their lives through somebody else, there will be demand for these pictures and stories.
I understand the fact that the paparazzi are out of control, especially in LA, but celebs have to understand that being hounded for pictures comes with the fame. If you want to be treated like a regular citizen, then get out of the business.
Cheiron, I agree one hundred percent but the point is the risks being taken. If you want to put yourself in danger for that picture, go ahead BUT they need to do something about those times where they put someone elses life in danger or like the story discussed trap someone just trying to go home. Have common sense and respect at the same time
Not sure I see the problem here. Some idiot decided to tempt his fate by stopping in the middle of a street to take pictures of someone where he shouldn't have, and died as a result. He took his life in his own hands, and lost. I don't know of all that many people who will mourn his loss. There seem to be plenty of idiots willing to step up to take his place.
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