Post # 1
WOW. I’m not sure what to think of this or why the photographer hasn’t been called to account for his non action or the publishers for putting that on the front page.
PTSD Trigger warning at the link.
I am utterly flabbergasted. Though it does remind me of this..(yes I sense the irony here)
Post # 3
Holy Mother of God. Could you imagine being the victim’s family? I’d go crazy if that were my dad or brother or uncle etc. I’m currently stupefied by rage.
Post # 4
OK, I get the whole “freedom of the press” amendment and all, but seriously, there should be a moral cap on what can actually be published – and this is just WAY WRONG! This was a human being’s last moment on earth, and stupid photographer and some stupid editor decided that it needed to be on the front page of the NYPost? If I was a subscriber, I’d be cancelling today. Decency needs to be learned.
Post # 5
The other people who stood around on the platform and watched this guy die are just as guilty as the photographer.
Post # 6
Why the F#@& would people just stand around and watch?
Post # 7
WTF?! Why didn’t somebody try to help him?!
Post # 8
The new york post is a fear-mongering drama-obsessed hyperconservative piece of crap masquerading as journalism. Much of the time it’s not entirely unlike The Daily Mail, for you UK bees, I think? That’s why they published that. Because they’re awful.
Also, I’m from New York. It’s so loud, you can hear those trains coming for almost a whole minute before you see them. (Longer depending on the station.) Why nobody helped him is so beyond me.