As I read Ed's book I continually found it sad and repulsive that so many people from different facets of our society are willing to cover up this scandal. That so many are unwilling to take the necessary steps to protect the citizens of Southern California and their properties. Do any of the people within SDG&E, the Public Utilities Commission, or Cal Fire have any kind of conscious?
As I see it, SDG&E had the opportunity to make some simple repairs as outlined by Ed Clark. They could have chosen to protect the public that they serve, however they did not. I believe they have dug themselves into a hole they may have difficulty climbing back out of. I hope they get what's coming to them.
I want to thank Ed for bringing this scandal to light.