Well my opinion on this tragedy is that it was highly preventable, or at the very least could have been done more humanely. The employee also has to take responsibility for what he did as he is a grown man and no one forced his hand. Its also interesting to note that this is not the first claim he has made with Worksafe, so I suspect this is just a source of income for him when times get tough. The employer also denies any responsibility saying 'he did not instruct the employee to do the job', but how can 100 dogs go missing off your complex without your knowing about it, and surely, with our advanced technnology today, there is a paper trail somewhere with his instructions to do the job? The SPCA also has never taken responsibility for anything so no surprise there, but perhaps once a thorough investigation is carried out it will show just how truely incompetent they really are!
I wonder what would happen if, after the Olympics, we took all the vounteers that were no longer needed, threw them in a pit, and then shot and/or slit their throats until dead?