While I do realize that FIA officials have limited time to render their judgment, I am not impressed by any proclamations of absolute conclusions based on perhaps what is at best weak or flimsy evaluation not worth a traffic ticket; but, that's how F1 occasionally operates.
You know that its impossible to cover all specific kind of crimes or transgressions in written law.
That's why people recur to logic and common sense.
Just look at all the pictures and you will clearly see that Michael helmet was directed to the right - I presume - looking to the mirror and with perferct awareness of all the movement he was making.
Rubens was making path w/ more motion and the wall was there.
I think I don't need to mention that MS has full awareness of space there, being a 7wdc and been racing there for nearlly 20 years.
There was a wall and the track was near its end and all.
So MS just kept reducing Rubens space, util throwing him into the pit exit area.
Then MS retreated, but Rubens was going towards the grass and nearly missed the movement over a dirty track, hitting the grass with his right front wheel.
"But he gave Rubens plenty of room" statement is very debatable, bcs depending on the speed, the safety distance is different. At 300km/h, 10/20/30cm for sure is not acceptable, even for a risky profession like theirs.
So MS was just aware of all the risky he was imposing to Rubens and himself, bcs I'm sure that if Rubens had touched the wall or lost control in the dirt, he would collect Michael too.
MS was aware of all the risks and just kept raising it, putting Rubens, himself, the marshals and the public in danger.
Maybe its a case of mental health, not for racing marshals.
His speach trying to justify what he did was increible egotistical, like...
'I'm MS, 7xWdc and 3xAlmost, I don't give presents, you have to sweat to overtake me.'
It sounds megalomaniac, like he was the center of the universe and just by chance, a cataclysm, somebody can possibly overtake him.