Maybe I'm beating a dead horse here but this shocked me - a new NY Times piece just went live about the Pennsylvania crash, and it reads: "U.S. Safety Agency Investigates Another Tesla Crash Involving Autopilot." Nobody knows yet if the crash involved Autopilot. Why didn't the NY Times at least say "possibly" involving Autopilot? This isn't a tabloid! The byline has three separate authors. If you read the story the opening line simply says the crash was of a Tesla "equipped" with Autopilot. Yet the headline itself says the crash "involved" Autopilot. The NY Times is supposed to at least pretend to be factually accurate. Tesla's counterclaim that they have no data yet which says Autopilot was activated is buried 10 paragraphs into the story! http://www.nytimes.com/2016/07/07/business/us-safety-agency-investigates-another-tesla-crash-involving-autopilot.html The article also mentions that the Pennsylvania driver's lawyers plan to "release a statement" shortly. He's gonna get his 15 minutes and as much $ as possible I'm sure.