弗莱德：好的花生公司称，Wright County Egg支付相同的公司AIB审计公司。两家公司都获得了高质量的评级，然后又感染了许多沙门氏菌病患者[ 1 ]。
Anderson Cooper：加入我们这里讨论的是John W. Lundquist的人认为，过失杀人的法律目前是不必要的，而目前的法律是足够的。那么，约翰，你对这些问题有什么看法？
Anderson Cooper：嗯，“监管环境”是个词。但是，公众舆论认为，当食品安全的规则和条例被普遍化时，这就使得诉讼更加难以证明。这使人们可以逍遥法外，没有任何潜在的破坏[ 3 ]。
Anderson Cooper: And why were they related?
Fred Pritzker: Well both the Peanut Corporation and Wright County Egg paid the same company AIB for auditing their companies. Both companies were cleared with superior quality ratings and then went on to sicken many people with Salmonella .
Anderson Cooper: Wow that is unbelievable, (turning to the audience). It is understandable when there is a breach in quality because of some unforeseeable happening, but to understand that people doing quality inspections might knowingly clear batches, for two different companies as Pritzker states here, shows negligence of all sorts. It is in this context that the legal community is asking for stricter laws to protect the public. Is that right?
Fred Pritzker: Yes while breaches that happen by negligence can be penalized based on existing compliance regulations, it would be extremely necessary for more stringent laws where an adulterated food is checked and passed off with a quality certificate as in the case of the AIB certificates.
Anderson Cooper: Joining us here on this discussion is John W. Lundquist who argues that it is not necessary for a manslaughter law at present, and that the present laws are adequate enough. So John, what is your take on these issues?
Anderson Cooper: Well ‘regulated environment’ that is a word. But there is a public opinion that when the rules and regulations regarding the food safety are generalized it makes the lawsuits harder to prove. This enables the people to get away scot-free without any potential damage 
Fred Pritzker: True, also there are issues where many companies use older technology and have not updated the systems to check for the contamination. The older technology and the systems cannot identity the new microbial contamination that keeps cropping up in different parts of the world. This makes all the stakeholders in the operation vulnerable. There is an inherent need to keep up with the trends. As time progresses there are different new kinds of diseases and contamination unless the technology and law catch up it will be very difficult to prevent new diseases from spreading. In such cases increasing charges, such as manslaughter for companies that are stopping technology adoption in order to increase profits and endangering the lives of people can be fully supported.