The Winter Olympics have not got off to a good start. A Georgian contestant died and on a luge course about which other contestants had already complained they felt like crash test dummies. The warm weather and lack of snow has affected all the schedules. The local residents are now complaining about their civil liberties as they've been so severely restricted by the security. Correspondent James Pearce discusses fears over the track's safety and how the atmosphere is in Vancouver since the death of Nodar Kumaritashvili.