Coal mine exec Don Blankenship was convicted of violating mine safety rules that ultimately resulted in the loss of life of 29 of his miners. A trial court found that for years Mr. Blankenship circumvented and ignored safety rules because it was cheaper to pay the fines than to fix the problems. Of course the loss of life for 29 miners was just an inconvenience to Mr. Blankenship, didn't hurt him in his nice executive office.
Now an appeals court has turned down his appeal of his conviction and he has to serve, get this, a whole year, or about 12 days for each death he caused. He was convicted of a misdemeanor.
Blankenship's reaction to all of this, remorse? sorrow? asking for forgiveness? No.
Does Blankenship feel anything for this woman? No, not really.