Ho, ho, I suggest you read this thread again. Plenty of people, from all over the world, acknowledges that these people should be left alone and that it was his own fault that he was killed. Before posting this kind of nonsense, I suggest you first read up instead of posting your preconceived ideas about westerners.
Nope. The Sentinelese are not even the topic of this story. Chau is. He might as well have tried proselytizing a salt water croc and been eaten. He could have tried doing so at a major Hindu gatherings, gotten chased away and tripped and hit his head fatally and died. Or hit by a bus.
First and foremost, he was misusing his visa. Even without getting within 1500 kms of the Andamans, he was already breaking Indian law, something absolutely no one acknowledged. "Are you even allowed to preach there without the right kind of visa ?" is question #1. The answer to that is No.
The specific events of his death are irrelevant. The sequence of actions from the moment he broke laws while applying for his entry clearance into India, are what is relevant. Regardless of his intent 'going to visit Sentinel Islands' on ANY visa application would have gotten him an immediate denial.
People appear to be completely unaware of what it takes to get there. You don't simply saunter up to a counter and buy a ferry ticket. You will get refused by pretty much everyone, get told that travel there is forbidden, and that it's not safe to go there, either for the natives or the visitor. And then you make arrangements through subterfuge with someone willing to entertain your gross irresponsibility and stupidity, and travel under cover of darkness to get there.
This 'person of god' is a:
* has no regard for immigration or access restriction laws and willfully breaks them
* willing to bribe people
He came to India supposedly to teach us about Jesus. Turns out he taught us about the Darwin Award. Even my mother knows what that is now.