- He had apparently worked widely in the Middle East, and therefore presumably knew the risks he was undertaking.
- He had weighed these up against altruism and the financial rewards and made the decision that taking the risks was personally worthwhile.
- Thousands of Iraqi civilians have been killed in the conflict. They had no choice about whether to become engaged with it or not.
- Hundreds of soldiers have been killed in the conflict. Ditto.
Monday, 11 October 2004
I realise that most of the bloggers in the UK have probably been commenting on Ken Bigley's death ... however, I still want to put my twopennorth:
Posted by Ally at 14:31