Boy am I glad - to read that another potential criminal made nitrogen tri-iodide at school. We soaked blotting paper (if anyone else can remember that) in the solution, and left the residue in the school hall on the last day of school (1965). The principal swept majestically down the aisle resplendent in his robes, and then entered the mine-field. He jumped at the first explosion, then raced through the next. We thought it was fantastic. I still do.
What is the relevance of the marginal manufacturing cost?
Far be it from me to defend price-gouging drug manufacturers, but there is far more than that one cost that has to be recovered. Even though they lie about development costs, there are development costs to be recouped, as well as the cost of marketing, insurance, legals, and many more.
It's simplistic in the extreme to say that a drug should only cost a few pennies because that's all it costs to make it.
Sure, the parents were and are grieving. I'm sorry for them also. Which is not relevant to the issue, which is 'who can we find to sue, even if it's not their fault'. And what is this affectation called 'closure' of which you write? Suing someone successfully doesn't bring 'closure', it brings 'money'. Oh.
From another report '... Witkoff, who allegedly left the facilities unattended, shirked his urine tests and bought illicit drugs online. According to the complaint, Witkoff asked for, and was given, the knife he used to crush and inhale the pills that later killed him'.
Again, it's clear who was responsible for Witkoff's death. Witkoff.
I also do no know who Jared Leto is. Until I read of his (alleged) penis I did not even know of the person's gender. Why should I bother searching for that information? As did the other poster, I simply mention my lack of knowledge to suggest that the person is not very famous, or if so, is famous only in the US. In such cases, it's useful for an article author to add a line or too to explain. Not because I particularly want to know (I still don't).
I'll add a further point. Voltage does not have the names and addresses. The Judge said that privacy would be protected, but not how. No doubt he will elaborate on that when he actually issues his rulings. It could well be that Voltage have to produce the letter for approval, but it gets sent by an escrow service. We'll know in a couple of weeks.