That. And you happen to be a CFI and the student said they checked the fuel, then you run out of fuel because only one side got filled and the student happened to only check the one side. Then the plane crashes and the student is killed but you aren’t. Are you guilty of negligent homicide? Sure feels like a fair amount of people want jail time for an actor not at all intending to have a real, live gun in his hands and who feels horrible about the events. Maybe it could be technically classed as negligent homicide but, just like the grandfather who dropped his grandkid off a cruise ship, that doesn’t mean it should go to trial or result in jail time. In either case, would a guilty finding, let alone jail time, really reduce the likelihood of this happening again? I don’t think so. And if nobody knew the name of this actor would there be such a push for jail time? I don’t think so.