Muliaga family hopes for answers at inquest
The family members in contact with the deceased at and just before the time of death should be charged for failing to render aid in that:
They failed to call an ambulance.
They failed to move the deceased to a location with electricity.
They failed to contact any other person who could have made the above arrangements.
Also, they and the deceased are responsible for not paying their account or making arrangements with the electricity provider, or not communicating the importance of maintaining the electricity supply. They are also remiss in not making a contingency plan for the loss of power- an event not unknown in Auckland.
The most charitable summation is that all are guilty of profound stupidity.
It's that or they deliberately allowed her to die.