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First, Don't get me wrong, I'm only referring to some Chinese here.|
SO there is yet another case where a good samaritan is accused, charged and convicted as guilty! Another Peng Yu case...
The story in the Chinese media here: Wu Jundong, a 20-year-old man from Jinhua, Zhejiang province, is reported to have helped an old couple whose electric bike was knocked down. When Wu sent them to a nearby hospital, the couple's family insist that it is Wu who hit the bike.
The family's reasoning is simple: if it's not Wu, why whould he be so good to send them to hospital? More importantly, the local court buys into this argument and orders Wu to pay the couple's family 70,000 yuan (12,000 US dollors) as compensation, despite the fact that initial investigation from the trafiic police saw no contact between Wu's tricycle and the couple's bike. Wu was driving an electric tricycle at the time.
Who do you believe, Wu or the old couple and their family?
And after all those court convictions which side against those who were willing to offer a helping hand, should we really blame those passers-by who failed to rescue Yue Yue, the 2-year-old girl who was run over?