There's a tendency for some more liberal minded people to opine that we should not speak ill of the dead, and to that I would like to offer a counterpoint; the only tragedy here is that he passed away never having to answer for what he did in life.
The only grief to be had is in that he didn't live to see his vast hoard of wealth taken from him, and repurposed to repair at least some of the damage that he and his brother inflicted upon the world.
I am only sad that there is no justice here.
And if the only sense of comeuppance that people have is that they can figuratively dance on his grave, perhaps don't be a knob and rob people of that? I'm not fond of the following words for their tendency to be antithetical to criticism, but...
LET. PEOPLE. ENJOY. THINGS.
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