posted on Sep, 9 2012 @ 01:38 AM
reply to post by My_Reality
this is what makes the whole conversation difficult ...
In regards to the security officer standing guard outside; You are right, he most
likely would have taken the first bullet.
whereas many others believe that any number of the officers present should have noticed the
singular parked car in the back lot and taken appropriate action, whether that be monitoring or intervention.
where you both choose to perceive the worst --> he'd have been shot -- some of us see the potential for prevention
of the entire incident.
and yes, i'd agree, even if he'd been shot, it would give Cinemark a leg to stand on.
Wrabbit (should) know i harbor no love for lawyers or their deeds.
however, without them in this instance, what recourse would the victims have ?
do you guys think cases present like the Erin Brokovich movie or what ??
OOC settlements are the mainstay of the profession
as much as i disagree with the process, complaining about it does what ?
personally, i wish any of the lawyers were fighting to have the gag order removed.
that would be an honorable effort that serves all.