It is being reported on the news that Gary Coleman's wife (or ex-wife) took photos of
Gary while he lay on his death bed.
Now she is selling the pictures.
It seems that she is desperate for money.
No matter if her money problems are true or not, what she did is just plain wrong.
If she needed money, then she can go out and get a job.
I'm sure she would have landed something based on her connections.
This is disgusting.
I feel that taking pictures of people on their death beds should be illegal.
After all, the person dying very often cannot defend him or herself.
In this case, Gary Coleman could not.
To take pictures of a dying person is awful.
To sell those pictures is even worse.
To buy them is just as bad.
Shame on her.
I will not buy any publication that has those photos.
No one should.
We as a society have a duty to boycott those photos and send a message that
this sort of thing is not OK.
I'll bet that this woman never loved him.
No loving woman would ever do what she did.
Some wives live for greed.
I know, because I had a family member marry a lying, greedy, hurtful, face-slapping
woman who even committed forgery to get what she wanted.
She is getting it all right back.
RIP Gary Coleman.
George Vreeland Hill