How Has The Ability To Easily Document Effected Our Willingness To Intervene In Bad Situations?

Myrtle Beach, SC, Orlando, FL June 26, 2015 

Prescott Valley, AZ Correspondent-Both regular media and social media sources have affected the willingness of ordinary citizens to intervene in complicated, dangerous and bad situations due to the preponderance of media outlet overkill and the instantaneous follow up documentation that is disseminated through televised sources and the internet.  The combination of these influential sources has overpowered and neutralized the will of people to look at a volatile situation rationally and make decisions as to how to assess a situation, intervene and resolve a predicament.  Problem solving appears to have been left to the media giants rather than law abiding citizens and the proper authorities. Continue reading