Boston Marathon Bombings: Lu Lingzi, 23, Named As Third Victim

Wed, April 17, 2013 7:27am EST by 4 Comments
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Posted at 11:31 AM on April 17, 2013  

I am very disappointed in Hollywoodlife with this report. Her parents have had their hearts ripped from them with her loss. All they asked was for from the media was that her identity remain private. Why can’t you respect this wish for them? All of their other wishes have been cruelly robbed from them by a terrible act of evil. We, the public, DO NOT need to know her identity so badly that we disrespect her parents wishes. We can send our wishes and prayers without knowing her name and seeing her face.

I love Hollywoodlife, but going against a grieving family’s wishes is sensationalism at its worst and is not cool. Please don’t add to her family’s pain. She did not choose to be public like the actors and public figures you cover. Her choices were robbed from her. Please stand on the side of support and righteousness for her and her grieving family. If they want to grieve in total privacy and anonymity, it is THE FAMILY’S CHOICE- not yours.

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Posted at 11:46 AM on April 17, 2013  

Then you took photos from her Face Book and her story is listed on your ‘News and Gossip’ page????

To sell ads? Make your month? Does that feel ok to you?

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Lil Blu

Posted at 4:11 PM on April 17, 2013  

Yeah, they’re not very sensitive and considerate toward other people’s feelings and wishes, especially after a tragedy such as this. Some people will do anything for a story, though, and that’s a true shame. Apparently, a story is more important than this family wanting their daughter’s identity to remain hidden.

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Anna Giurintano

Posted at 11:21 AM on April 17, 2013  

Didn’t this family request the media to respect their privacy and not release their child’s name? Nice job folks.

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