Nope. The only statement Harold Camping has made comes via his daughter:
His daughter Sue Espinoza received a call from him Saturday morning, according to the Times.
“He just said, ‘I’m a little bewildered that it didn’t happen, but it’s still May 21 [in the United States],'” Espinoza said, standing in the doorway of her Alameda home. “It’s going to be May 21 from now until midnight.”
And what about Robert Fitzpatrick, who spent $140,000 of his life savings to “warn” people about the Rapture?
As he stood in Times Square in New York surrounded by onlookers, Fitzpatrick, 60, carried a Bible and handed out leaflets as he waited for Judgment Day to begin.
By his own reading of Bible, which was slightly different than Camping’s, Fitzgerald expected the great worldwide event to begin at 6 p.m. Eastern Time.
When the hour came and went, he said: “I do not understand why …,” as his speech broke off and he looked at his watch.
“I do not understand why nothing has happened.”
Part of me wants to say he deserves it for being gullible, but that reaction is just so fucking depressing… I can’t bear to laugh at his misery.
I don’t know if a lawsuit is even possible, but I hope these people who gave up everything to follow a conman find a way to get their money back.