Good Samaritan

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Good Samaritans with Guns. Is it advisable?


On a summer night in 1963, a young girl named Kitty Genovese was stabbed and beaten to death on a residential street in New York City while 200 bystanders stood by and watched. They did nothing. This incident sparked an outrage in the U.S. and the public immediately had an outcry against people who "did not want to get inolved."

Were these bystanders really cold and callous and uncaring? Or were they, average New Yorkers, just being street smart?

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