Re the article Feb. 14 article, Dad is killed trying to protect daughter: I’m struggling to understand why The Herald felt it necessary to discuss the arrest record of a man slain while protecting his family. He possibly saved the lives of his children and wife.
The article could have praised him, but instead you demonized him.
Was it the easiest thing to do?
Couldn’t you have spoken with his family to gather the best memories of him, and perhaps a list of his good deeds to share with our community?
We know he was a husband and a father, both honorable responsibilities. Maybe he was a coach or a mentor. I don’t know. However, I’m left with his arrest record because it’s what you chose to highlight.
Keon Hardemon, Miami