An animal rights activist who killed a fox hunt supporter by driving a gyrocopter at his head walked free from court today after being cleared of manslaughter.Yup, it's this case. And if you thought that showed the animal rights loony-tunes for what they were...
During the trial, Mr Griffiths told the court he did not feel responsible for the death.And now a court of law has decided that you aren't. But there are other courts. There's the court of public opinion, for instance, which has seen your incredibly blase attitude to the consequences of your insane actions.
He said: 'I feel regretful about what happened. I obviously feel regret and sadness for Mr Morse's family.
'In my opinion this was something that could have definitely been avoided but given the fact he had been told several times to move out of the way, not only by myself and others, and had clearly been told the aircraft was going to take off, I feel that all the things that could have been done were done.
'I do not actually feel responsible.'
I think that, at least, will treat you as you deserve...
And let's hope the Civil Aviation Authority takes a long, hard look at the actions of someone who has decided that, as long as the proper warnings are given, he's free to do as he likes, no matter the obstacles in his path.