Tuesday, April 5, 2016
Psychopathic Killer Dies: Why You Should Care ~by Legal Pub
The New York Times reported that as many as 38 people observed the stabbing murder. Kew Garden residents were labeled as having "diffusion of responsibility." Other historians argue that the number who actually saw the stabbing was substantially less and that perhaps as many as two people did call the police. What is clear is that no one seemed to want to get involved by explaining to the police how serious the situation sounded. Similarly no one attempted to physically intervene over the course of several minutes of Genovese screaming. Some reports indicate that one neighbor screamed from a window to "leave that girl alone" and perhaps that temporarily provided some relief as Winston Moseley apparently drove off and Genovese sought the safety of her apartment building. Unfortunately, Mosely returned to the scene and finished the job inside of the apartment complex.