Frau Blucher wrote:
Guy I think you're wrong because Merlin didn't try to kill Mordred, he merely tried to allow the witches to succeed. His error was in misinterpreting what they were doing. When Gaius said to him he was the only one who could save him it was clearly wrong since Arthur already knew there was another way and there was no guarantee Merlin could have countermanded the spell. It's not like he's all powerful or perfect. Nor is Arthur. But between them they could make something mighty.
Your friend is drowning in a spa pool. You could easily save them, but you'd rather microwave some popcorn and enjoy the show.
Is that murder?
(the fictional character) Jerry Seinfeld got locked up for a year for criminal indifference, but this wasn't indifference this was premeditated neglect.
You know how they say an omission is as good as a lie?