Today, 07:59 AM
Wrong! PUTTING UP SIGNS WOULD HAVE COMPLETELY NEGATED THEIR LIABILITY IN A LAWSUIT!
Seriously, did you totally miss the back and forth between myself and presence? The case law with regards to wild animals is this. If a wild animal wanders on your property and attacks someone you are not liable unless you had knowledge of the wild animal and you didn't warn the people you invited to come and use your property. It's that freaking simple. It's not hard. There's no need to complicate this with all this BS. Disney knew about multiple gator attacks on their property. It was only a matter of time before someone got killed. They could have, and freaking should have, warned people about it. And yes, there should have been gator patrols to capture and or kill all gators on Disney property. To avoid a lawsuit? No. To avoid a needless death! That is simply the decent human thing to do! Now if your using your property a wilderness area where people are paying to see wild dangerous animals, kind of alike a Jurassic Park sort of deal, then fine. Let the gators roam free. But if you are pushing this as a family friendly park, then do your freaking part to make it actually family friendly!