This incident is worthy of discussion since it is too f*cking easy to stage such crimes.
1) The building in question was clearly a fire-trap even though it looked new. It must not have had proper sprinklers for
such a large building. It also had not enough stairwells and people were scrambling to get to the roof and died. All office
buildings around 100 people should have stairwells at each corner of the building. There is no way that one arsonist could
kill so many people if this was the case. Having stairwells concentrated in the interior is a cheap solution but not the
Emergency fabric chutes would have been perfect for this low rise. Instead of talking about new fire safety tech, it should
2) It is time to stop with the free range mental patients fad. Lunatics need to be locked up in asylums. Or euthenized.
3) This case is suspicious since this company was a distinct outlier in its treatment of animators. It was the only company
that hired them as staff with benefits. The other Japanese animation companies hire $500 per month "contractors" without
benefits and thus run sweatshops. This results in a 90% turnover after 3 years. Such policies give the owners of these outfits massive money flow. Any risk to losing this lucre flux would be a pure motive for sabotage and gangland murder.
4) While the scum at Charlie Shitbdo got hearts bleeding around the world, these victims will be ignored. Kyoto Animation
did more for the world than an infinity of Charlie Shitbdos.