Radiohead angry about delay process around death technician
Radiohead has furiously reacted to the decision of a judge to a case against concert organizer Live Nation adjourn.
The case followed a show of the British band in Toronto in 2012, where the roof of the stage collapsed. It was a technician from Radiohead to life.
Five years after the accident was decided by the court in the Canadian province of Ontario, where Toronto is located, the case for an indefinite period of time. Therefore, the process is again delayed. It can still take a year before the case comes to court.
Had frontman Thom Yorke has already his disgust appear to be about the decision, just as the family technician Scott Johnson. The band came on Friday via Twitter with a response. “This is an insult to his parents and our crew members,” writes the band. “Now, there is still no guarantee that a tragic accident like this will never happen again.”