How does one become an expert witness in cases involving the death of a cyclist? Moreover, how does someone from Bicycling Victoria (the self-proclaimed peak body that has been rivaling America’s infamous league of wheelmen with their recent foolery), come to be advising a coroner that a rider was to blame for his own death-by-dooring? The chap was killed by Australian road engineers who are determined to make this the last country in the whole world with door-zone bike lanes. Those engineers though, are not made accountable. Neither is the self-entitled old biddy who opened her door without looking, or the truck driver who failed to take precautionary measures just prior to the accident. The coroner’s report doesn’t even open entirely—presumably to protect the coroner’s own innocence.