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Gentle Journalism

Gentle Journalism

I feeling so sorry for your reporter Kate Thayer called Gream Puff and Light Weight

Werp in letters. So unfair! I read her interview with Mr. Khieu Samphan so interesting.

Mr. Khieu Samphan of course is very bad man hates Vietnam people but reporter did

no thing wrong. She just write down everything what she told very obedient and polite

and not ask rude questions of important man her superior. Why call Gream Puff and

Eroll Fling? My friends and I in the Ho Chi Minh Ladies Sewing Circle say, carry

on Kate! Keep writing in your own gentle and lady like way!

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