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The disaster of Bangladesh’s Rana Plaza Building collapse, which killed 1,127 people, is a result of a serious of bad, horrible, choices. A committee appointed by Bangladesh’s government recently concluded a study as to why the building collapsed. Their findings reveal that everything starting from the site of the building, to it’s foundation, selection of materials, construction, inspections, approval and operation all factored into to the catastrophic failure of the garment factory. The owner of the building, Sohel Rana has been arrested along with three engineers and four factory owners, who will all be tried for the role they played in the disaster.