Well as the dust settles on the G20 summit - and the demonstrations - I'm left feeling deeply saddened.
Not just because world leaders failed to agree on a really green new deal that would have given us a fighting chance of tackling climate change and world poverty rather than just getting back to business as usual, but because of the tragedy that a protestor died while inside a police 'kettle' - or cordon - outside the Bank of England yesterday.
No-one seems to know yet exactly what happened - and watching the BBC's News at Ten certainly didn't bring any clues. Obviously the death of a demonstrator whilst he's penned in by police lines just doesn't make the BBC's news criteria. But it isn't just the BBC - even Indymedia is only publishing a holding statement and call for witness information.
Meanwhile, the news vacuum is being filled by speculation about the extent to which the police were to blame for this tragedy. I've already received appeals to ask Sussex Police to make sure they learn from the Met's aggressive tactics and pledge not to use cordons - or so called 'Section 60' powers - during a Mass Street Party planned for Brighton on May 4th (watch this space for more details soon).
I just want to know what happened. I'll keep asking - meanwhile my thoughts, of course, are with the family and friends of the dead man.