With all due respect to you as a person, obviously, you did not take notice of the quiet demeanor of Mr. and Mrs. Wright. Mr. Wright, in fact, expressed concern for others who could be future patients at Erlanger and find themselves in a similar situation. Your comments showed a great deal of anger and a huge amount of disrespect. The Wright family showed neither. Isn't THAT interesting!
This article and the news report last night said, "the street lights were treated like stop signs," not, as you declared it, a "NASCAR event."
Clearly, you are speaking about people who are strangers to you. You tell the readers of your typed comments that you do you do NOT know Mr. or Mrs. Wright by the way you worded your post. In addition in your comment, you resorted to the brashness, which included name calling, when you said, "maybe this guy is a jerk", making an assumption about the character of a man you do not know. This displays points about your own heart and your own character.
While I have never met Mr. or Mrs. Wright, from the article and the news story last night, we find, Mr. Wright was willing to serve deployment in a war zone to protect our nation and our Constitutional rights, which include the freedom of the press. Ironically, those rights for which Jesse Wright served, has give you right to project publicly an uninformed opinion about a man who served our country and continues to serve patients at Erlanger.