Friday, June 6, 2008
Should Citizen Apathy And Lack of Sympathy in Hartford Be Held Accountable If Angel Arce Torres (Pedestrian) Dies? by Legal Pub
Should apathy and lack of sympathy in Hartford be punished? Angel Arce Torres, a 78-year-old man was a hit-and-run victim in Hartford, a city of 125,000 people. Torres laid motionless on a busy city street and drivers and pedestrians did nothing! One driver stops then gets back into a line of traffic. Another man on a scooter circles the victim then drives away. Streetlight surveillance captures the disappointing lack of humanity. Police chief Daryl Roberts said, "We no longer have a moral compass.... We have no regard for each other."
Police hope to identify the hit and run driver and make an arrest. But how about arresting the bystanders who did nothing? Angel Arce Torres is in critical condition. If he dies, his blood is not only on the hit and run driver, it is on everyone who did nothing. All that evil needs to succeed is for good people to do nothing.
If anyone saw a tan Toyota with a dark Honda chasing it in Hartford, please contact the Hartford police.
A new James Pence Video appears to be right on point when it comes to apathy and a new form of terrorism. Video