Those people were not "using her death" just cause you say so, that's complete and utter nonsense and I'll happily call out you and anyone else that says they were. Never said it "negated" anything. I don't need her passing to "justify" anything about me being upset at TCPI, i'm merely repeating what if i've already heard. It sounds like you're a big fan of them and don't want to think about the idea that they might be at least partially responsible for her death.Repeating what other people have said really doesn't help your case. You're not the first person I've seen using her death like that and I'd happily call out other people for doing this too. Telling me that I should focus my issues with those people when you're repeating their argument doesn't make sense when you're part of the problem. Just because other people have said it before doesn't negate your involvement here either. It just sounds like you want to be upset at TPCI, which I'd be fine with if you weren't trying to use Maddie's passing to further justify it.
It does come off as demanding, or at the very least you're expecting people to provide evidence for a claim that can't really be proven either way. We don't know what Maddie's life could have been like if she was still voicing Meowth at the time of her passing. We don't know if having that bit of income would have helped her with getting medical treatment. I can't say for certain that she'd still be with us if she still had that role, but neither can you. You're treating it as if having that role would have made a significant difference in preventing her death, but neither of us can know that for certain. That's why you're statement bothered me because you're treating a theory as something more like a fact and needed evidence to be proven wrong when no one can know for certain if Maddie would be alive or not if she still had her role.
I never claimed it was a fact, but from everything i've read and heard it's compelling enough for me to believe it.