that's wild, I can see how if someone was to fall from the crux of "kill your" and their gear ripped they would slide right off the slab above airation, clear the ledge and end up in the upper thin air face. The physics is there for sure. "Kill your..." is VERY serious bit of climbing, its essentially a V3- boulder problem above shitty thin gear with a slabby ledge below you. I head pointed it in 2007 and even after rehearsal it was quite the pucker fucker. I also had my belayer situated right next to the tree at the top of airation so that he could see everything that was going on (wrong)....anyone know if he climbed past the anchor and just went for it? It would be very hard for his belayer to be right on whipping in slack while on the ledge at the base of the crack.
Anyone also know if the fragile flake at the top of Kill your... is still there, I remember pulling straight down.....not out!