This is in response to the story, “Always on his mind” (April 27), about a man obsessed with a woman. When he contacted her, “The phone call didn’t go well…She got very angry.”

The article showed the type of thinking errors and behavior that lead to restraining orders issued by courts against desperate individuals who harass or invade another’s life.

Unfortunately, that type thinking and behavior can lead to dangerous events.

Why was that story on the Sun Journal’s front page?

Does the Sun Journal become complicit in the man’s preoccupation with intruding into that woman’s privacy and life?

Peter Sternberg, Lewiston


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