This is probably the most heart breaking story I have read in ages. It makes my stomach queezy and I don't know who I feel more emotions for right now, the victim, her brother, the men, the police and military, who were supposed to protect her with their lives, or the reporter who was maybe just trying to get through another day.
I know that for me living here, the answer is pretty clear cut. I also know that walking a 1/4 mile in someone else's shoes can put things in a whole different light.
But we are human right? They say this is civilization. We, the world, adult men and woman with all this wonderfully modern equipment and computers and jets that take us flying higher than birds, higher than the cloulds and we soar as the human race and marvel in our glory. Then reading a story like this will bring us down to earth and under the earth, hideing away so we don't have to take reponsiblity for the autractity. How did we ever learned to stand on two legs instead of four.
I was looking for more stories tonight on ethics, and I ran across this story. I had to speak up, to write-up, to stand up and be counted. I needed someone to hear my outrage.