The man is worth a fortune yet:
Mr Camping said he felt "terrible" about his mistake.
But he said he could not give financial advice to those who spent their life savings in the belief the end was nigh.
Maybe a case for a class action? Surely his position of influence and power demands at least some
sense of responsibility. It would be disingenuous for him to say, "I never told 'em to sell their stuff. It was their decision. It's a matter of caveat emptor" ... if people don't believe what he says, then what's the point?
Blind Freddie would know that at least some people would act on his reckless announcements - to their profound detriment.
The flock should sue the pants off this mongrel who's washed his hands of people he busted while safely keeping his millions.