Originally Posted by oink
What I don't understand is why no one was charged with involuntary manslaughter....
Well, in my understanding, a criminal charge like that would require evidence of deliberate recklessness, which would be hard to prove beyond a reasonable doubt. As a modern comparison, Michael Jackson's former doctor, Conrad Murray, was convicted of manslaughter, primarily because he was giving MJ propofol at home (a clear violation of medical health practices), and because he failed to call 911 immediately. To the best of my knowledge, no such evidence could be found regarding anyone involved with the making of "The Crow". Personally, I blame whoever made the call to ditch the weapons master, and the studio for going along with it.