posted on Jan, 27 2005 @ 10:04 AM
I can almost guarantee that one of the things is most likely to go through MY mind in that situation, is "This guy's pointing a gun at me, and
he's' lookin' pretty angry right now. If I say no, he might shoot me immediately. If I call the others over here, maybe it'll buy me some time,
or maybe he'll change his mind...but at this exact moment, I think I'm going to die if I refuse". I can just imagine that playing through her mind
as well, along with anyone else's. When instinctual fear kicks in, I can't say I really blame a person for being overcome with the instinct of
self-preservation, and buying time. 99% of the people on this planet will never feel that kind of adrenaline, and adrenaline is a drug that is near
impossible to overcome when it hits the bloodstream as hard and fast as I'm sure it did with her.