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42 DAILY NEWS Sunday, April 30, 1989 EDITORIALS & LETTERS VOICE OF THE PEOPLE Humans, not wolves... claimed. It is because of their lack of sorrow and concern for a fellow human being. Rita Ross Manhattan: Your use of the phrase "wolf pack" to describe the recent Central Park predators Wrong responses was understandable but inappropriate. Wolves hunt for food. Dogs instinctively chase whatever Ringwood, N.J.: Only one thing was more appalling than the beating, attempted murder and runs by. Only humans willfully inflict suffering rape of the young woman in Cen- and even death because they're bored but tral Park. That was the comment of a woman from the neighbor- hood of the punks who are ac- eused of the crime. She was Judith Player quoted as saying, "If it was a biack woman in our neighbor- hood, no one would care." Where was this woman during the past year? Does the name Tawana Brawley ring a belI? That woman should ask, "What the hell is going on in my neigh- borhood when not one of these punks has said, T'm sorry'? Why would we expect that from them when the attitude of some adults is, "What's the big Jim Mastrangelo haven't the brains to do something constructive. "Wilding" indeed! Wild creatures have better sense. ... wolves are peaceful Manhattan: Referring to the gang of marauders in Central mal," and understandably so Park as a "wolf pack" is an in- sult to wolves! The wolf is shy and peaceful. came from an affluent back ground, was also called an "ani- Like the marauders in Central Park, Bundy enjoyed beating, torturing and raping women. Unfortunately, such "animals" have plagued humankind since time immemorial, and uniess M. Hamilton About the victim East Rockaway: Re Antron there is a drastic change in hu- McCray's comment, "She wasn't nothing": That's right, she was not nothing. She was something - a hard-working, decent and The Sharpton angle caring person. man nature, they always will. Bruce Adams in their deal?" Richmond Hill: After this hei- nous crime in Central Park, what sickens one is that the law- yers asked for their elients to be released. Everyone is entitled to legal representation, but how any lawyer can take this case and make anything good come Manhattan: No, Mr. Sharpton, out of it is beyond me. All of them should be put away for eternity, never to see the light of day again, to breathe the air or Pat Whalen Linda Donovan Floral Park, LI: How about a Day of Outrage over the attack on that poor girl in Central Who's to blame? Brooklyn: Why would eight indi- viduals decide to hurt another Park? Where's the Rev. Al human being in such a brutal Sharpton now? Eleanor Nancusi and barbarie manner? Who taught them anger in such a way? The an- swers are plain. Society as a whole has taught a whole gener- ation that the way to live is to be brutal. The world that mankind has created is filled with hate and violence. The young lady who was raped and brutalized is a vietim. My heart goes out to her and the countless other vic- tims. Those young men are also vietims because they see death and decay all around them. They see no love, no compassion. I am a vietim because fear is instilled in my heart because I know and feel that the world is decaying in front of my eyes. We are all vic- tims. express rage and those boys who are suspects in the vicious Central Park rape are not treated with venom be- cause they are black, as you smell the flowers. The media inflame tensions Manhattan: As a Baptist minister serv- PARK ing a church in Harlem whose mem- bership exceeds 4,000, it would be grossly irresponsible of me if I did not comment on the recent attack on the woman jogger in Central Park by eight. young men. I am viscerally disturbed by this act of violence and by the as- sailants' profound disregard for hu- man life and moral principles. As a parent, I can imagine the horror and anxiety that this tragedy imposed upon the hearts of the woman's parents and the hearts of the fam- ilies of the young men. I have prayed for the recovery of the woman. I have prayed also that her parents will not become bitter, and I have prayed that the parents and surrogate par- ents of the boys repel the temptation to accept blame for their children's capriciousness and cruelty. In no manner am I convinced that this incident was racially inspired. Not all, but most media coverage of this event has been irre- sponsible. The headlines and stories will only serve to en- gender greater polarization of the races and further ad- vance racial intolerance. Hardly anyone would deny that CENTR L. Koenigsberg Is it about race? Hillsdale, NJ.: Earl Caldwell ("Reclaiming our youth tops black agenda," April 24) seems to feel that this vicious assault and rape would not have oc- curred if only we all lived in some kind of utopia where pov- erty and racism did not exist. branded animals, and that's the kind of language that arouses what is already here: fear and racism," he writes. The late Ted Bundy, who was white and who "The kids involved are. being rocism in this city continues to grow, but in this particular case, it was a group of young people expressing some revul- of sion at life in general. What the media are doing with the Rev. Dr. Calvin 0. Batts 3d tragedy is dangerous. 2019
42
DAILY
&
LETTERS
PEOPLE
because
of
their
lack
fellow
phrase
to
predators
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chase
thing
more
than
attempted
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them
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Hamilton
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change
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man
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representation,
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take
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attack
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bership
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Park.
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peaceful.
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manner?
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whole
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around
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black
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rocism
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