Oh, that's terrible, isn't it? The poor lad, as if his life wasn't hard enough, he ends up losing it because of stuff that just shouldn't happen. It makes me furious, you can guarantee that it doesn't happen to the rich and influential. It's always ordinary, working class people who suffer, not the ruddy bankers who caused the crisis in the first place. Funnily enough, I was listening to Liam on an Irish radio programme a few months back and he was saying that the bankers should be shot for what they had done to the country. I must say he went up even higher in my estimation after that lol
That poor 22 year old, though, I can imagine the pain his family must be in at the futility and tragedy of his death in the very place he should have been safe. It makes my blood boil and reminds me that mum died because of medical mistakes. It leaves those left behind with a horrible sense of guilt.