Summary Of Thirty Eight Who Saw Murder Didn T Call The Police

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In “Thirty-Eight Who Saw Murder Didn’t Call the Police”, Martin Gansberg writes about the reaction of thirty-eight citizens who witnessed the murder of Kitty Genovese. The neighbors had similar reactions saying they didn’t want to be involved, or just didn’t care enough. Although his thesis wasn’t direct, his argument showed that people need to take action when witnessing violent crimes and how their actions affect someone’s life. One phone call could’ve changed the way that night turned out. Gansberg goes into detail about the night of the murder and the events that led up to it. Miss Genovese was stabbed three times that night and not once did someone call for help. There was a simple “leave that girl alone” during the murder, but nobody

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