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Fuzzy argument


Am I reading this story correctly?

Police investigating the death of seven innocent people in the Potters Bar train crash contact past president Mark Whitby who had previously had a meeting with representatives from Jarvis where they outlined their views on the crash.

Whitby states that he cannot imagine that the information he has is of the remotest interest to the police at this stage of the inquiry.

Whitby refuses to assist the police in their investigations, unless forced to do so.

Is this a good example of how civil engineers should conduct themselves?

Simon Briggs, srbiggs@btinternet. com

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