CANADA DUTY TO RESCUE

Good Samaritan laws offer legal protection to people who give reasonable assistance to those who are, or who they believe to be, injured, ill, in peril, or otherwise incapacitated. … By contrast, a duty to rescue law requires people to offer assistance and holds those who fail to do so liable.

duty to rescue is a concept in tort law that arises in a number of cases, describing a circumstance in which a party can be held liable for failing to come to the rescue of another party in who could face potential injury or death without being rescued. In common lawsystems, it is rarely formalized in statutes which would bring the penalty of law down upon those who fail to rescue. This does not necessarily obviate a moral duty to rescue: though law is binding and carries government-authorized sanctions and awarded civil penalties, there are also separate ethical arguments for a duty to rescue that may prevail even where law does not punish failure to rescue.

If you see someone, EVEN A COP, brutalizing, beating, mistreating, choking an unarmed person, who is not resisting, if a person is pleading for HELP, if you are in the crowd it is your duty to step in and protect the life of that person. 

Videos of police brutality are also good for showing the faces of the people standing by and NOT providing assistance. If the person dies during that attack, EVEN BY COPS, every person who stood around did nothing is responsible for that death. If I was the family of a person who was murdered at the hands of anyone, EVEN THE POLICE, it would be in the families right to charge every person under the DUTY TO RESCUE LAW. 

It is time to fight the illegal killings, beating, abuse of people on the streets because cops are doling out justice on the street and giving innocent people the death sentence. You have the right to use whatever force necessary to save a life from members of the police gangs. 

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