Here is the situation. I found out that my 78-year-old mother-in-law is aux pioneering this month. She should not be driving at all and especially not with other people in the car. When I found out about her pioneering, told my wife that the elders should not have let her pioneer or, at least allowed it on the condition that she does not drive.
Isn't it the responsibility of the elders to prevent a potential disaster? I would think that the elders could be held liable in case of an accident that could possible injure fellow witnesses and the general public. However, since I have no credibility because of my apostate attitude, the comment was totally dismissed.
Perhaps I am being overly cautious. We, of course, know that the angels are watching over our fellow pioneers.