Surely he was culpable in that he knew that eventually he would have a blackout whilst he was driving, and given that most of the time he was driving it was a 13 ton bin lorry, incapable of being redirected or stopped from within the cab. If I were to sit on Ayr beach, starting at 5am, with a random alarm going off at irregular intervals, and each time I heard it, throw a stone into the water, I know that eventually I would hit someone either on the beach or in the water, and when it happened I'd be charged with assault. Why si that so different from the George Square scenario? Is it just too logical for the legal mind, i.e. ye cannae make money oot o' it if all it takes is logic?