The fact that it is tramatic for his mother does disturb me. But you have to keep in mind that she isn't the first mother to be disturbed/grieving/disappointed/embarrassed by her child. You also have to remember that it isn't the media, it isn't the girls and it isn't the justice system. It isn't even the fault of the corrections department. Castro was an adult man. He took his own actions by himself. He caused his mother's pain along with the pain he caused others. Personally I think it is a fitting end to a horrible life. Accidental, not of his own choice after all. Hopefully he didn't even get a chance to complete the act before he died. When I first heard the blurbs about this, I really thought that I would read it was murder. Not that I was expecting it, but more that it wouldn't have surprised me. But now knowing that it may have been auto E, that does make it even better.