Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Obey or Die

"If the authorities believed he had to be "subdued," they had any number of other means of achieving that end -- means that would not have been fatal. But for the state, such calculations are irrelevant. Dziekanski was too much trouble; easier to eliminate him. The fact that he had become "too much trouble" as the DIRECT RESULT of the state's own criminal incompetence is forgotten..."