Plane Crash Survivor Mikhail Savchenko Says God Will Judge Passengers Who Grabbed Bags And Prosecuting Them Not Needed

Plane crash survivor Mikhail Savchenko claims that God will judge the passengers who grabbed their bags and made evacuation more difficult for others. 

Plane Crash Survivor Mikhail Savchenko Says God Will Judge Passengers Who Grabbed Bags And Prosecuting Them Not Needed757
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After a Russian plane burst into flames during a botched emergency landing, death tolls continued to rise, reaching 41 victims in most recent reports.

Moreover, as news of the incident was still coming out, one detail stood out among the rest: there were claims that some of the passengers evacuating the aircraft had stopped to grab their bags on their way out, significantly complicating the evacuation and delaying it for everyone.

Also, while some have been calling for the prosecution of these passengers, at least one survivor of the tragic crash seems to hold no animosity for them. 

According to Mikhail Savchenko, the people, who delayed the evacuation, do not need to go up in front of a court, because God will judge them one way or another.

He added that he did not believe that anyone was acting with a deliberate intent of sabotaging the evacuation, pointing out the state of panic everyone was in. 

At the same time, Savchenko was still disappointed that some people were willing to put their belongings above the lives of fellow passengers. 

He admitted that he had no understanding of how human psychology even worked in situations like that but was sure that the people responsible would get their comeuppance one way or another.

Savchenko wrote on Facebook: "I do not know what to say about people who ran out with bags. God is their judge. But I really want to ask them not to persecute them, I am sure that it is very hard for them now. I do not think that at least one person in this burning hell coolly and deliberately dragged suitcases."

He added: "I do not know how the psyche works in such situations, [that is] a question for the experts. P.S. No, I didn't drag my suitcases. No, I didn't fly business. No, the moment I was filming, there were no people around me that I could help. But believe me, it's not much easier."

Meanwhile, reports about the incident continue to come out, with various points of massive speculation regarding the nature of the crash and its possible causes. 

As is typical for the region, authorities have been relatively quiet on the situation and have not released much information to the public.

Do you think these people did something wrong, yes or no?