It's not the main goof up because nobody here has made that goof. You did not see the word 'innocent' married to 'unsafe factories' in my posts.
> deaths of people who die from many factory decisions are
> foreseeable and random. As one of the Supreme Court Justices
> formulated it in tort law, one intends the forseeable and
> necessary consequences of one's actions. The same principle
Legal simpleton that I am, I know that a tort is not the same as a capital crime.
> applied to many profit before people decisions supplies a
> reckless mental element that corresponds to the mental element of
> recklessness or depraved indifference to human life that are
> elements of legal murder, although the bourgeois criminal legal
> system does not consistently apply its own logic, of course. The
> types of killings that Max distinguishes are more are logially
> more comparable than he indicates.
> One infamous example it Ford's foreknowledge of the exploding
> rearended Pinto. Recall was more expensive than paying wrongful
> death suits and so they let the people die. That is profits
> before people murder in a Peoples' Court.
Is it capital murder, even in a peoples' court? Is it as deserving of punishment as what Tim McVeigh did?