nibal Cruz, 38, said the family assumed that police looked in the trunk of the car that was parked just steps from where the boys were last seen playing.
"That was the first place to look," Cruz said. "You can look through the windows and check inside. That is simple. Maybe they should have looked in the trunk."
Right.. blame the police, cause it's way easier to put them totally at fault than to admit that maybe the car shouldn't have been there in the first place. I don't know, maybe the doors should have been locked? The trunk should not have been propped open.We remove doors from refrigerators for precisely that same reason (or chain them shut).
By that logic, even though I didn't lock up my gun and ammunition, it's, what, the school's responsibility to teach gun safety so that my child doesn't blow his head off?
As far as I am concerned, somebody should be charged with, at a minimum, child endangerment. Yes, it is terrible he lost a child, but someone obviously isn't responsible enough to be a part of the general population.