on 3/13/06 10:10 PM, shempmcgurk at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:>>
> 
> He should get counselling.
> 
> I'm serious.
> 
> If Joel is feeling any amount of guilt it should only be to the
> degree that it was his responsibility to follow the code of conduct
> as published by the university: that is, that the slightest
> infraction of the law is IMMEDIATELY notified to the applicable
> authorities, which the university did NOT do.
> 
> If that was Joel's responsibility, then, yes, he should feel guilty
> to his dying day.  If it was someone else's, he shouldn't feel one
> tinge of guilt.
> 
> Again, if he is feeling guilty, he should be getting professional
> counselling on this.

His responsibility was just to watch Sem. He was evidently assigned that job
by whoever decided to ship Sem home without reporting the pen stabbing
incident to the authorities.




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