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I must admit that the front cover was the most shocking and disrespectful thing I have ever seen published. I don't think The Sun could actually stoop any lower.
Displaying Reeva in a bikini, so soon after her death is not only distasteful, it is also disrespectful to her and her family. Nobody deserves this kind of treatment after their death, especially not in these circumstances.
By printing this picture, The Sun are sending out a message to it's readers, that women are worthless pieces of meat, who aren't safe from objectification even after their death.
She deserves respect, as do all other women that The Sun objectify on a daily basis.
The Sun Newspaper, 3 Thomas More Square, London, E98 1XY
The complete disregard you have shown for Reeva by plastering a picture of her in a bikini, whilst reporting her death, is inhuman and repugnant.
So I ask you to re-think your morals and apologise immediately!
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