Lefty wrote:Unfortunately, and as usual when these very sad event occur, we see people pop up on this forum fishing for information on the event, or those who may have been involved.
When we see people who have made less that 10 or so posts in 10 + years of registration asking for very sensitive information, we are (rightly IMHO) suspicious of that poster’s intentions.
Those who were genuinely close to those involved in this awful incident, will have already been told the names of their friends who lost their lives.
The rest of us need to respect that we may have lost some close friends - and just wait until their nearest and dearest chose to release their names. I hope that no-one publishes any names until their families have done so.
As the person that you are obviously referring to I appreciate your comment and your reasons behind it and respect that fully.. However just because someone has not posted very much does not mean they are dishonest or intend to use the information in any kind of improper way. I often come onto here but don’t generally post simply because I suffer from anxiety (which grounded me) and don’t often feel confident enough to post. I am the same with most social media.
I used to work with and became friendly with a guy that went to work for the company involved and because he moved to take the job, he moved and no longer came to my club and we lost touch. I am not in his ‘inner circle’ enough to find out from his family hence me asking.
As I said though, I fully respect you not saying anything.