Get-anecdotal165 karma2019-10-24 18:36:43 UTC
No way this could happen!
If this were the case, huge chunks of residential real estate would have been bought up after the 2008 recession by private wealth funds... oh, wait, that did happen. You are correct, sir or madam.
Don’t forget that any realized capital losses at the same time from stocks divested in a downturn can be used to offset the deferred gains made from new investments within the same recession. Tax law helping out the little (big) guy!
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Get-anecdotal11 karma2019-09-09 17:01:15 UTC
I’m a little confused about the legal term in this case of “depraved heart.” Is it related in some way to being the employer in this case and not having safe working conditions as well as fire escape? Could you provide some insight into the legal definition that had to be proven by the prosecution?
Reading about it, a wrongful death civil suit seems like a slam dunk against him. Clearly it was unsafe and he made egregious errors in judgment in many ways. But, murder or manslaughter is a bit strange to me. Although, I suppose it would be similar to a manager locking a fire escape door and employees (or anyone) dying because of that. However, in this case it seems it was more difficult to escape but not impossible.
Get-anecdotal6 karma2019-09-09 18:15:49 UTC
Great explanation. Also, I appreciate the work you do! Town newspapers might be dying but I really hope investigative reporting never does.
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