What can you say about this madness?

September 10, 2012 4:26am CST
Last two weeks, there was an incident in LRT. Someone jumped on the tracks of the train and died. However, our own policemen filed against the train operator as reckless imprudence resulting in homicide. Seriously, what kind of thinking capability is that?
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• Philippines
11 Sep 12
All i can say is that train operator cant just stop the train if someone jump over as if its like a car or a bike that if we bump someone we can just stop all of a sudden. Even if the operator took an immediate break its more dangerous as the train is too heavy to have it stop just like that. And why the train operator? as if the train operator told the lady to jump off, those investigator doesnt know the difference of the train, the car and the bike? train is hard to handle and people inside the train might be more in danger for immediate break. Why not consider those people around the lady as someone might push her(if theres some) and if she really didnt jump off.
@Raine38 (8909)
• United States
10 Sep 12
Wow, that is totally sick. A poor, unsuspecting person who's just doing is just is going to pay for another person's stupidity and insane thoughts. Instead of making someone pay for this accident, why don't they just get to the bottom of the problem, like what prompted the person to end his/her own life, instead of doing something totally as lame as this. Just to be able to say we have captured someone. We have done our job.
@SIMPLYD (73084)
• Philippines
10 Sep 12
How can they file a case against the train operator? What happened was so sudden, so the train operator haven't seen it coming. And if ever he will stop immediately, perhaps it will result to an even more accident.