So you aren't going to help somebody in need of medical assistance so that you can avoid trouble for yourself.
if you were only going after the people who served him the alcohol and let him drink i could see that. But to go after the kids who dropped him off at emergency is downright wrong. If they happen to be some of the same people then bust them for the actual crime and not for trying to help him by bringing him to emergency room. I don't blame people for not getting involved at all when it is clear there are people out there who would hang them for making the mistake of becoming involved. It is easier to walk away and to avoid all the problems that come with helping. If i am at that party and I see that guy I just leave and my life goes on pretty much the same. I don't have to explain myself to the cops, pay bail, find a lawyer, go to court, perhaps get convicted of assisted suicide, and save myself a ton of time and money because I made the mistake of helping an idiot. That is not mentioning probably getting expelled from school because they can prove I was at a party with underage drinking.
Next time remember what this world does to good samaritans. You would have to be an idiot to help someone in a world that allows people to get their vengeance on the person who helps them. Feel free to be as you like, I will just go on with life.
God bless the idiots.
Twenty shots in a drinking competition. Every one of their parents ought to be informed. This is disgusting behavior. It is dangerous. It is like playing Russian Roulette. There should be real consequences for people who stand by and watch this happen. Real consequences for adults that permit it.
Never did I say anyone should be charged for assisting a suicide. But that's exactly what they did.
Thank you, Quazi!
Many Trump supporters have lots of problems, and those deplorables are bringing those problems to us. They’re racists. They’re misogynists. They’re islamophobic. They're xenophobes and homophobes. And some, I assume, are good people.
Drinking competitions and games are common, and do not actually involve malice. they are not against the law, nor should they actually be against the law. That is nanny stateism. That does not mean they wanted his death, and since he did not die it does not mean you can charge them with murder. We have crimes for some of these things. If you think we should outlaw drinking games then you should start trying to actually pass that law instead of trying to shoehorn it into assisted suicide. I know, it will never get by proposal. people will do some stupid things while drinking or doing other drugs. I don't ask anyone to come and arrest my friends because i went out and OD'd. Actually forget it and don't ever charge my friends unless they forced it on me, which they do not do. i don't want my friend's lives ruined because i did a stupid on my own free will. Maybe these guys were not actually his friends, and maybe they egged him on into doing something stupid, but unless they forced him to do it the responsibility lies on him along with his OD.