To Say Or Not To Tell Analysis

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Our world is advancing so this means that other unacceptable things will surface and cause problems because we give them the chance to arise. One of the things we can do to make this a better place is tell that someone's in danger which will end up saving their lives. This relates to the article “To Tell or Not to Tell” that provides examples of when someone didn’t say when their friends were in danger, causing them to lose their colleague to negligence. However, there are times when people do tell and they help their friends and possibly save their lives. Although some teens of “To Tell or Not to Tell” by Mary Kate Frank have argued that people don’t speak up because they’d rather not get in trouble or make their friends mad at them, closer examination shows you should speak up because if you don’t, your friends could become severely hurt or die due to your actions.

“Together with a few friends, Matthew reported what he knew to school administrators, and police ultimately arrested and charged two students involved in the shooting plot.” This sentence from the article is a perfect example of why sometimes it’s a good reason to be a whistle-blower, a person who tells for a good purpose. If Matthew decided not to tell them a great deal of lives could
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His friends delayed calling police because they didn’t want to get in trouble. However, they didn’t know that there is a law in Indiana that states it qill provides immunity for alcohol-related offenses by minors. In other words, if you call the cops and stay on the scene and give them information you won’t get in trouble. If Brett’s friends had done that, then their friend Brett would be alive today. The importance of telling someone else to do it quick before things start spinning out of control. Where you won’t be able doing anything if you don’t tell anyone quick enough. So if you hear something, go tell even if it isn’t that

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