The vast majority of articles fall into one of these categories: 1) Sympathy for the Travolta family 2) Questioning whether the Travolta's medical treatment of their son was appropriate or scientifically sound 3) Arguing that Jett's death was not due to 'foul play' 4) Asking if Jett's death was preventable 5) Examining the way Scientology deals with grieving. 6) Second-guessing Jett's diagnosis #1 is perfectly appropriate. I take no issue with a site that wishes merely to express sympathy. #2 is clearly in our camp. I've not yet seen an article from this perspective where they interview a doctor who says 'oh yeah, 2-years on the one anticonvulsive, and then abandoning the treatment, supplemented with Purif Rundown is a medically sound and safe way to treat a child with Kawasaki disorder/frequent seizures/autism'. These articles are universally critical of the cult. These articles are also the most important when it comes to preventing future tragedies. It is important to state that discussion of whether or not Jett was recieving appropriate treatment is independent of the question of whether his death is a direct consequence of inappropriate treatment. #3 is scilon spin - there are some posters here who suggest that Travolta was negligent, almost nobody suggests he was abusive, but I've not heard anyone suggest that Jett's death was due to foul play. So these articles are only written by really, really awful journalists or by Scilon operatives. #4 asks a legitimate question, but there is no definitive answer - such articles are inherently speculative #5 usually cites specifically a thread posted by exotmichael on here. It's important to back up the facts of it; these articles are universally critical of the cult. #6 is very similar to #2, but is speculative in the same way #4 is. These articles are also useful in the same was #2 is, in encouraging readers to recognize the signs of autism spectrum disorders and to treat them according to sound medical practices. We need to encourage the press to run with #2 - which shouldn't be difficult, as it's the most interesting, controversial, engaging and valuable of the above. And any article we harpoon should be assessed according to this list. Feel free to point out any other categories of articles I have missed.