Toombstone mentality with ideas that run counter to real life. A for instance is smoke hoods for passengers. Not something your average traveler can easily acquire or carry or use. If they are a good idea, make them standard items placed on board.
Her rentlentless condemnation of Valujet 592 et al never gets to the point-- Sabretech placed a bomb on board that airplane in the form of those chemical oxygen generators.
The FAA certified that DC9 and MD-80 series aircraft (and B727) without cargo smoke detectors. The critcal accident chain starts there.
No one had the guts or legal sureground to tell it like it was-- NO baggage handler or ramp superivsor at any Airline would have caught the shipping error made solely by SaberTech.
The crew had just 4 minutes from discovery to impact. But really, with the intensity of the fire, they all probably died in less than 3 minutes. A water landing in the Everglades 10,000 feet beneath them to save anyone was probably beyond the average crew's capability. That would have taken enormous skill and courage-- and who can say.
All in all-- pure power and money at work. The weak get creamed and the strong just go right on. And she managed to cry out, but missed the mark.