The murder of 79-year-old family doctor during an armed robbery sent shock waves in the eastern town of Sangre Grande yesterday.
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Do you think someone should helped the woman who was beaten with a gun by her ex-lover?
Annie Samai, 55, houswife, Debe
It depends, next thing he start to shoot all of them, so you have to think.
Telleca Black, 32, geriatric nurse, Carapichaima
Yes, I find it was wrong because it had cars passing. He was dragging her. No one stop and intervene, which was wrong. Is like no love here again.
Joshua Clarke, 21, accountant, Palo Seco
They should have helped. By watching the video everyone saw that the gun was jammed, so they could have intervened and help her.
David Dirpaul, 72, pensioner, Couva
Of course, they should have assisted her in some way.
Rekesh Rampersad, 63, retiree, Ontario, Canada
Sometimes people are afraid, but to help someone is a natural instinct. Since I left Trinidad I don’t think there is love again.
Michael Ramsey, 73, pensioner, Princes Town
Yes, they should have tried to help her because it was a woman who was being beaten.
Dawn Aaron, 49, housewife, La Romaine
They could have tried, but people afraid of the gun, afraid they will get shoot. Still, they could have tried to help her.
Carmen Ramsaran, 58, housewife, Penal
Of course they were supposed to help her. If he hitting her with the gun that mean the gun had no bullets.
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