Wow, did I call that. I don't agree with you and so I'm not "smart" and "hilarious." You started the ad hominem attacks against Hatter and continued it with Christopher and me. The personal attacks are uncalled for and must stop. Again, your emotion and clearly held belief about the criminal justice system is preventing you from understanding me. I am agreeing that what was done was intentional (lighting the liquid on fire and dropping it) and constituted an "attack" (technically, under U.S. law what is called a Battery). I am agreeing that Wayne and his crew didn't view it as a stunt. Where we differ is that I acknowledge that I don't know enough facts to understand what the host intent was... that is why he did what he did. It could range from negligence, to reckless indifference to a premeditated intent to harm Wayne. Wayne doesn't know and JB's earlier post says he doesn't know and neither Hatter, Christopher or I know. But I'm sure you know - otherwise you wouldn't be so convinced of your decision. So could you please tell me? Why did he do it? Oh, and before you say it doesn't matter, it does (at least in the U.S. legal system for both criminal and civil proceedings). You've acknowledged as much in saying that the same act (i.e. shooting someone) carried out with an intent of self-defense is different then the same act carried out with a premeditated intent. Further, it matters as to what harm he intended to cause... the law treats someone who intends to injure someone very differently than someone who intends to kill someone. You don't speak for Wayne or his team and they don't need you to speak for them. I suspect you also disagree with what Wayne said... "The hosts intentions will play a role in the severity of his punishment - but that's for a court of law to determine & decide." Because that is all Hatter, Christopher and I are saying. I am. I don't practice criminal law or have any knowledge of the Dominican Republic's legal system but at least I understand that you can't convict and sentence someone without hearing all of the facts. With that in mind, I'm finished. I've said my piece. I'm not going to convince Baller, but hopefully I've caused others to withhold judgment until we know all the facts. I suspect that Baller will come back with more personal attacks and more examples involving the people who disagree with him or their families, because winning the argument and being convinced he is "right" is more important to him than expanding his perspectives. I'm not going to respond. He is welcome to enjoy the certainty of his beliefs. As to Wayne and Frania and the Curiosidades team, my thoughts and prayers are with all of you.