I heard about that but then they changed the story a bit, later. He had left the child in a child care area of the ship that had windows and somehow he/she fell out. But, still, how do you live with that. I was thinking about that earlier, today, after hearing it. What an awful thing to have to live with.
I don't think he "left" her. He was right there. He said he thought there was a window there.
I don't know that they changed their story. The news sources are out for blood and they talk to who ever and start reporting before they know what is going on. Then they have to come back and change what THEY said because what THEY reported was not correct.
People are condemning the grandfather and the family because they immediately had a lawyer. Well you ain't in the US. This happened in PR and they are looking at charging the grandfather so of course he needs a lawyer. Just like you would have one if you were in the situation here. Not sure why that is even public knowledge. Or why it is anybody's business.
It seems like it was just an accident. He made a mistake. It was a horrible mistake but just that. It was an accident. And all the others on the ship that are crying traumatized are just looking for attention.
People are too quick to judge and point fingers. Sometimes bad things happen. I wasn't there and I did not see what happened. I don't know if I think he should be charged. I am mostly thinking probably no. I am not sure what is going to be harder to live with - the fact that basically it was his fault she died or reading all the comments online and listening to the things people will say to him and whisper about him.