‘8 years too late’: Radiohead weighs in on professional misconduct finding in fatal Toronto stage collapse | CBC News

‘8 years too late’: Radiohead weighs in on professional misconduct finding in fatal Toronto stage collapse | CBC News
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An engineer who signed off on a Radiohead concert stage that collapsed and killed a drum technician in Toronto eight years ago has been found guilty of professional misconduct, but the findings and the engineer’s acceptance of them come too late to provide justice, according to the band and the family of the man who died. 

Domenic Cugliari agreed last week to conclusions reached by the discipline committee of the Professional Engineers Ontario in the June 16, 2012 incident that killed Scott Johnson.

Johnson, 33, was tuning a drum kit for the band before a concert at Toronto’s Downsview Park when the massive outdoor stage structure collapsed on him. Three others were injured.

Last week, the discipline committee found Cugliari had not noticed numerous errors and omissions in…



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