Tuesday, March 06, 2012
Hindsight is great for criticizing
"If staff had not taken such risks, I am sure more lives may have been lost," he said.
Baxter's statement was in response to a submission to the Canterbury earthquakes royal commission this morning, in which lawyer Nigel Hampton, QC, suggested the rescue efforts had been inadequate, inept and inappropriate.
Hampton was speaking on behalf on his client, Srecko "Alec" Cvetanova, who's wife died in the Canterbury Television building more than 12 hours after its initial collapse..."
Another reason to start hanging lawyers.
It's so easy to criticize the actions of others, especially those who did not have the luxury of time to consider all options. I would love to see the slimey little fuck trapped in a burning vehicle, with his feet on fire, while the rescue crew had a 'elf & safety meeting for- say an hour or so- to consider the best and most appropriate way for cutting his charred remains free!