- May 26, 2005
- Tend do walk the 40 meters from my bed to lecture.
Liken it to two people running out to see someone being arrested, hitting each other in the hallway, and falling down the stairs, thereby dying. It would in fact be the same, but for the love of god, you couldn't blame it on anyone else than those dead, if any.His actions lead to the disaster. I'm not saying he intended for it to happen, or that other mistakes weren't made, but most accidents rarely happen that way. The man ran from the police, hitting parked cars, loosing control. Ditched his car, car jacked someone else, and fled to a friend of his son's house, where he broke in and barricaded himself. Luckily no one was home, so he had no hostages. If you want me to feel pity for the man, you're badly deluded.
Two very stupid actions doesn't make one smart one.The US legal system is screwed up. Criminals have gotten hurt while doing a home invasion and sued the home owners and won. Great, a legal precedent to reward criminals for their crimes. I think that is a slightly more dangerous legal precedent then the possibility of being held accountable for deaths caused as a result of your willful actions.
That's really the end of it.