And now he's talking of suing the government for putting him in quarantine.
I'm talking about the lawyer that flew to Italy and back after being diagnosed with a rare form of TB.
Ok, so maybe he wasn't aware of his condition before his flight to Italy, but reports indicate that he was advised not to fly home on a commercial flight, and the fact that he changed his flight to Montreal and drove across the boarder seems to indicate that he knew he would be flagged at the airports.
Who knows how many he could have infected. He put countless people in danger. Now, I am by no means an expert on infectious diseases (like his father-in-law), but it seems that a trans-Atlantic flight would expose him to a myriad of people, both directly and indirectly.
He acted with reckless abandon (can you tell I watch Law and Order?).
One good thing has come from this, it exposed a weakness in the boarder crossing that can be addressed and corrected.