Like every other tragedy people get over it by going onto Twitter, Facebook, placing flowers etc etc and then get on with their lives having assuaged their guilt or whatever it is that keeps them happy and onwardly inward looking.. It's sickening. This is not a Ratner situation. The TCG product is largely good. The shares have actually gone up contrary to BBC reports and other media.The travel industry has to continue on its way awaiting the next tragedy and how to deal with it. Volcanic ash, hostage taking, random terrorist attacks, flight delays, air crashes etc etc. This event has not been well handled and doubtless insurance and legal advice has been chaotic or careless. Turning this into a universal vicarious sob story does the family no good. If you don't like what has happened sell your shares and contribute the profit to UNICEF. A fund should have been established and organised with the family. There lies a simple respectful partial solution to an emotional problem that will never entirely go away for the victims.
These decisions were made a long time ago, no doubt even before Mrs Green took the helm so asking for Mr Fankhausers head IMO is not the right choice, But serious lessons MUST be learnt from this dreadful state of affairs.
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