Federal prosecutors will charge a negligent (or possibly reckless) fire crew commander for the deaths of his crew members in the 2001 Thirtymile fire in Washington State.
From the Oregonian article:
"Federal prosecutors insist that criminal charges against Daniels are appropriate because he was grossly negligent in the Thirtymile fire, when he deployed crew members into a dead-end canyon, where they were overrun by flames. 'But for his reckless disregard for their safety, they would not have died," said Tom Rice, an assistant U.S. attorney in Spokane.'"
And here's Mark Rey, ever on-message:
"Mark Rey, the undersecretary of agriculture and the top White House official overseeing the Forest Service, fears that the prosecutions will drive experienced people away from top fire jobs and make those who do take them exceedingly cautious about tackling swift, aggressive fires, leading to more large, out of control blazes that sweep into communities."