Letter: KTW should have heeded its own warning

Editor:

Re: (‘Doll dates delivered in Kamloops,’ Nov. 21):

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The story included a warning that mature subject matter was being discussed.

Who at KTW permitted this and why didn’t the newspaper heed its own warning?

It seemed to be free advertising on the front page for a new sex toy.

Kids and teens look at cute pictures on the front page, then read the article.

It should have been back in the paper as paid ad.

Keith Boughton

Kamloops

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