PG&E Avoids Responsibility for San Bruno Explosion

A friend heard that PG&E was accepting responsibility for the San Bruno gas explosion. Wrong. They aren’t.  PG&E’s statement is cleverly worded to avoid accepting responsibility until the case against it is proven.  Read it carefully:

If it is ultimately determined that we were responsible for the cause of the incident, we will take accountability.

Once it is ultimately proven that PG&E is responsible, how could it not? 

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