I usually appreciate the work of cartoonist Rob Rogers. He is insightful, witty and even brilliant at times. But I thought he was out of line with his Aug. 14 "Brewed on Grant" cartoon, in which he compared some of Pittsburgh's recent events to Shakespearean drama. Making fun of public figures and institutions is expected, and probably deserved, but the poisoning death of a young doctor and mother -- I am assuming this is the "death by poisoning" to which he was referring, as I know of no others -- has no place in a cartoon like this.
Autumn Klein was not a public figure and her death was a tragedy. I found her inclusion in this cartoon offensive.