The truth is, people die. Not only that, families are ruined, the consequences and the grief are far-reaching. Until very recently, no one wanted it talked about, those who did were villified for their conscience. For some, like LC and others on here (including myself) and elsewhere, there has to be some balance applied to the TT glory, the fanfare and splendour. The truth, it appears, is that it's more likely to hurt the pro-TT-at-any-cost fanbase when the negative coverage is publicised.
I wouldn't normally bother to join in the TT threads anymore, it's all been said before, pro and anti, but in recent years there has been a steady growth of local opposition to the event and its organising, especially when the full realisation of the negatives are examined. As they always should be, in public.