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Unkind to Kaelin

March 25, 2000

I am disturbed by the negative picture Paul Brownfield paints of Kato Kaelin by unfairly grouping him with Rick Rockwell, John Wayne Bobbitt, Monica Lewinsky and Joey Buttafuoco, all people who have achieved fame through their own deplorable acts ("Andy, did ya hear . . . about this one?," March 11).

Even though the O.J. Simpson trial, which made Kaelin a household name, was based on a terrible act, Kaelin did not commit that act. And unlike the opportunists Brownfield lists who are denigrating comedy as an art form, Kaelin actually has talent. Among people who know him, Kaelin enjoys a reputation as a gifted professional of considerable integrity.

DAVID S. BAHURIAK

Philadelphia

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