The manager of the Oakland, California, warehouse known as Ghost Ship grew visibly upset on live TV on Tuesday morning, as he repeatedly refused to answer questions about the fire that destroyed the building and killed at least 36 people this past weekend.
“I’m not going to answer these questions on this level,” Derick Ion Almena told “Today” show hosts Matt Lauer and Tamron Hall when asked whom the families of the victims should hold responsible. “I would rather get on the floor and be trampled by the parents. I’d rather let them tear at my flesh than answer these ridiculous questions.” (Hayley Miller, HuffingtonPost.com)
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