Dear Mrs. Clare,
I have read about the difficult situation you are going through at the moment, and I would like very much to share my point of view with you and your family.
Since you’re youngest son went to trial and was found not-guilty, the press has been all over your lives for a while. This should stop, one may think, after a couple of days. But it has been two entire weeks now and the media doesn’t seem to back off.
Why is this? It’s the question I think you and your family are probably asking yourselves. After all, you have begged the journalists on countless occasions to let you go on with your life normally. This, I think, is the main source of the problem.
You see: the press is always looking for something noticiable to print in their morning editions. Since the last couple of weeks have been slow-news weeks, they are obliged to write about anything that may look a little more attractive than nothing at all. This is why your constant call for peace is not working out, as it constitutes itself an act of exposure before the media.
With all due respect, Mrs. Clare, I’d like to suggest you and your family retire from the public eye for a while. If I where you, I would just plan a few days at home and stay silent. Of course, I understand how disturbing it must be to have all those cameras aiming to your windows, but you have to be patient.
Hoping I have given you a good piece of advice to work on,