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It's fact: http://cleantechnica.com/2016/07/02/tesla-autopilot-fatality-timeline-facts/
So if what I'm saying doesn't sound right, how about giving a reasonable argument as to why the autopilot was at fault or caused the crash in such a way that the alert driver could not have avoided it.
From your own linked article
"The truck driver has stated that it was operating when he reached the Tesla and playing a Harry Potter movie, but he only heard it (didn’t see it). Neither the car’s automation or Joshua Brown applied the brakes or performed any evasive maneuvers."
So, yes you are still making assumptions that he was watching a harry potter movie. Didn't see it creates a pretty big if and another if he was even watching it.
Even in that very article it states he would have been killed instantly had the roof been sheared off and tesla has stated the car saw the truck as an overhead sign. In what world do you believe the car is 0 percent responsible?