The process surrounding an accident in 2012, where the drumtechnicus of Radiohead was killed, by the court to be deferred. “This is an insult to his memory’, is the response to the band.
In 2012, the died Scott Johnson, the drumtechnicus of Radiohead. He came to life when the roof of the stage collapsed when the band of Thom Yorke would occur. Now a judge has decided to have the process to adjourn. Only within a year, the matter can again be picked up.
The process runs against the designer of the stage and Live Nation, the organizer of the concert. That has always assured that they have made to ensure the safety of everyone on the stage to guarantee. Live Nation asked earlier order to dismiss the case because the process took too long.
“We are shocked by this decision.’ responds Radiohead on his Instagramaccount. “This is an insult to the memory of Scott Johnson, his parents and our crew. This offers no comfort or assurance that this kind of accident will never happen again.’ Thom Yorke filled on Twitter that the words of him lacking’. Also, Caribou., that the support act would play on the evening of the collapse, is disappointed: “This is complete bullshit.’
(As someone who was standing behind this stage when it collapsed and would have been on it an hour later…) This is complete bullshit. https://t.co/l0xC0VY1K1
— Caribou (@caribouband) September 5, 2017