It's a really long hypo. The gist (the part that is confusing) is as follows:
A, A2, and P agree to break into V's house at night (burglary is a given) to threaten V. A2 assists in the planning but doesn't go along. Unbeknownst to A, P brings a gun in to make sure that V "gets the message."
While they are threatening V, V makes a provocative statement to them. P flips out and fires at V, but misses.
V fled in panic and jumped into his car, speeding away. He's driving recklessly and he tries to pass someone in front of him. He ends up swerving off the road into an enbankment. A2 (from earlier) walks by and sees a figure slumped over the wheel. He knew whose car it was but he kept walking. V died the next day.
First thoughts are that A and A2 not responsible for P bringing gun because they did not agree on this earlier, question is would it be foreseeable that V would bring a gun. Can be argued that since they were going to assault (imminent apprehension) V that something might happen like V getting a gun and assaulting V (failed battery) or other dangerous weapon. Since the assisted P in getting into house, probably accessory before fact attempted murder.
A2 omission liability for involuntary manslaughter if him helping V would have saved his life. Since V and A's actions created V's accident situation they are liable for involuntary manslaughter through omission liability, and because A2 is a co-conspirator he is liable for the completed act.
Possible FM, they broke in with a weapon, armed burglary, and unintended death occurred. blah blah and other support for that.
Don't know if that helps at all. My mind just went blank for a second thinking about the Pinkerton Rule and all the litle differences between MPC, Federal Law , and Common Law. Break Time