Are Bystanders To Blame For Terrorism?

Fear of the police has been a key factor in previous studies of the bystander effect. When crimes are committed, most people “didn’t see nuthin’” when questioned by the police, and that in many communities there is a veil of silence. Much of the bystander effect studied in different communities relates in part to existing (negative) relationships with the police or the authorities. This is exacerbated by concerns that anyone who alerts the authorities of an impending attack themselves becomes a ‘person of interest’ or might be blamed if the attack is not prevented.

Source: Are Bystanders To Blame For Terrorism?


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