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Leave Charges To the HUPD



After reading Josh Kaufman's letter on Saturday and a front page story about drugs in Currier in last Friday's issue, I am somewhat disturbed.

In my humble opinion, The Crimson has no respect for people's privacy. In your pursuit of a sensational story you see nothing wrong about discrediting an entire house. I may be mistaken, but drug use is hardly unique to Currier. So what gives Josh Kaufman the right to insult Currier and its HoCo? Furthermore, Josh should get his facts right: Bill Blankenship is not the social chair this year. Furthermore, Josh alleges that the two Currier residents were dealing drugs rather than just possessing them, a much more serious charge. Why does not Josh leave it to the HUPD to make accusations of this kind? Currier residents have enough decency not to brag about the matter. Maybe The Crimson can rise to this challenge of safeguarding people's privacy, or is too much to ask of a paper that has nothing to write about? --Andrew B. Obuvalin '96

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