What would you do if you saw a child being raped in a mikveh? What if you heard one of your child's friends was being abused by his parents? What if you saw money being stolen from a pushka? Would you intervene and try and stop the crime?
Time Magazine As the trial of two high school football players accused of the rape approaches, it’s hard not to wonder about those who simply watched. Why didn’t anyone try to stop the assault, even by anonymously dialing 911? Why did the bystanders apparently egg on the bullying that escalated into rape, seeing the behavior as something to broadcast rather than conceal? And, perhaps more important, how can the inertia of inaction be broken?