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run over like a boss

what was surprising is that the kid's parents refused to file a complaint until the vid went viral. THEY SHOULD, but it illustrates the mind your own business type of mentality.. which is good and bad

in the US, this would be charged as attempted murder, and possibly 5-10 years in jail.



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A kid gets run over in India and somehow this becomes another reason to bash the US?
no, i' mnot bashing the US. i'm saying sometimes the SNITCH culture is CORRECT

this is a hit and run/ attempted murder

yet Indians feel if no damage was done, they wouldn't press the issue

in the US, they would correctly jail the perp
(09-29-2018 03:32 AM)pug-thug Wrote: [ -> ]no, i' mnot bashing the US. i'm saying sometimes the SNITCH culture is CORRECT

this is a hit and run/ attempted murder

yet Indians feel if no damage was done, they wouldn't press the issue

in the US, they would correctly jail the perp

I don't think this rises to the level of Attempted Murder. I honestly don't think the driver saw the kid sitting there. It looked like an accident to me.
Looking at that video, why should we think he should be hurt?

He was crawling away from the vehicle, so he rolled with the punch to to speak.
The car did not impact him, rather, it accelerated from about 1-10 mph over him.
He was so small that he could clear the undercarriage of the vehicle.

This wasn't some magical Yoga feat.
My grandma often tells me a story about how her neighbors baby had it's head run-over in their driveway. The skull is still forming at that age and the baby turned out fine.

This sort of thing is normal.
it was intentional imo

she felt she ran over something the car acted like it ran over something

she just drove off

even if it wasn't intentional it was a hit and run

also she didn't even look back to see if she hit anything

people in INdia are calling for her to get punished and rightly so
I think we can chalk this up to female drivers.

Maybe Saudi Arabia had it right all along Wink
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