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‘Criminalizing Weather-related Fatalities’ – ‘Deaths from natural disasters are traditionally considered ‘acts of God,’ or ‘acts of nature,’ beyond human control’

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http://www.americanthinker.com/2014/11/criminalizing_weatherrelated_fatalities.html

Deaths from natural disasters are traditionally considered “acts of God,” or “acts of nature,” beyond human control. This view is being challenged in a French trial where prosecutors have charged a small-town mayor with manslaughter for deaths caused by storm flooding. The precedent of criminalizing weather-related deaths would delight climate-change activists who increasingly call for criminal trials of anyone skeptical of their agenda.

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