So they've gone from cuddling Sean Abbott outside the hospital to question standard cricketing tactics employed at all levels of the game around the world. I understand that as his family, the nature and untimeliness (if that's a word,) of his death would be extremely devastating and difficult to process but trying to apportion blame to a bowler who engaged in a standard sledge and question the tactics employed which are standard for a bloke who has issues with the short ball. Where do you stop here? If you apportion blame to Bollinger for sledging, do you go after Abbott for the delivery, Haddin for the tactics, Taufel for allowing the bowling and if we're being honest, Hughes for attacking a delivery he had clear deficiencies in handling? Honestly, how far do you go? I know the family are hurting but this just seems like it will only hurt more than it will help.