posted on Apr, 16 2013 @ 07:39 AM
Originally posted by smithjustinb
reply to post by Gemwolf
If a blast went off near me, and people were injured finishing the dumb race would be the last thing on my mind. He'd get my respect if he'd gone to
help, but no. He just wanted to finish the race.
I've seen trained soldiers run the other way or do the wrong thing when experiencing their first bomb blast.
You'd be amazed at how an explosive device can make you react when you're not expecting it. I promise you, they are not fun.
As i said before, who is to say he knew that it was a bomb or that people were so badly injured. That is very much an assumption on your part at the
I'm having more problems with the photographers that were trawling the crowd looking for that special pic. Fox News was just interviewing a
photographer who saw this elderly gentlemen do down. The photographer then went on to take pics of the incident and some obviously horrifically
They asked him if at any point he thought to himself that it wasn't about the photos any more, but about the people. He replied that he just kept
professional and did his job.
I personally find that hard to read. I appreciate journalists catch pictures that preserve history on film, but when an elderly person, or kids, or
anyone for that matter are lying with limbs missing, you don't take photos.
Just my opinion.
edit on 16/4/13 by CX because: (no reason given)