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It is not often I am upset with the Guardian. I went online and saw an (April 13) article on The Hells Angels. I read they were here to celebrate the life of their friend.
The pictures were close up, too. Here's the problem. 1. Yes, they were here due to the passing of their friend. 2. Yes, there was RCMP presence for safety. 3. Yes, there was members at the funeral. So what! Did you ever think of this? There is a grieving family that lost a loved one. Why was the reporter so close? The main thing is let The Hells Angels grieve the loss of "their family member" under the "silent close watch" of the RCMP. And don’t advertise when it isn’t needed. There may be times, yes, but not this time.