Someone Was Beaten to Death in the Back of an Uber, the Uber Driver “Minded His Own Business”

You can see, how this, Uber driver only wanted to, mind his own, beeswax, right???  Murder, on the back, of an, Uber, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The men, Liu and Huang and one other, gathered to drink on the third, as the two got drunk, and rode on Uber to get home, on the way, they started fighting about how the cab fare is to get split, on the backseat, Huang started beating Liu until he was unconscious, then, he’d dropped Liu out by the building of where Liu lived, then left.  About an hour later, Liu was found by the local residents, lost signs of life, he died.  As Huang was arrested, he was still, intoxicated, claimed, “I didn’t know he’d died”, after the police interrogated him, they charged him with murder by assault, the D.A. asked the courts to have him in custody, the courts set his bail at $100,000N.T., and placed him under house arrest.

The investigators found, that the sixty-five year-old Huang on the evening of the third, went to a karaoke to drink and to gather for a meal with the sixty-seven year-old Liu and four others in Hsintien, after the gathering was over, Huang, Liu and one other of the group took a Uber home, during the time, the other friend got off, then, the driver turned to Liu’s mansion located on the mountains of Hsintien.

On the way, Huang believed that Liu wanted to split the cab fare evenly, they started altercating, in a moment of anger, Huang started beating Liu in the face, at around eleven, the Uber got to the outside of Liu’s mansion, as Huang saw Liu was passed out, couldn’t get out, he’d pulled him out of the Uber, then left him, then, rode back to his home in Zhonghe.

Liu fell limp on the ground, about an hour later, he was found by a resident to become, unresponsive; the paramedics were called, flipped him over, found him, dead, with massive amount of blood in his mouth, he’d died on the way as they’d rushed him to the hospital.

The police reviewed the surveillance on the streets, found the Uber driver, then, followed the leads, to Zhonghe, arrested Huang, and Huang was still, passed out, and asked the officers, “Why are you here?”, as the officers told him, he’d admitted to beating Liu, but “I didn’t know he’d died.”

The Uber driver testified, that he’d heard the two arguing on the back, fighting over who should pay more of the fare, that they’d had physical confrontations now and then, he’d not known, that by the time Liu was dragged out, if he was alive or already dead he only drove the customers, and, wouldn’t mind others’ businesses.

And so, that, is how the bystander effects worked in this case, after all, it’s NOT the Uber driver’s responsibilities, to make SURE that his customers are, okay, he was only, responsible for giving them the lifts, and, in this day and age, we all learned, that it’s best, that we keep minding our own business, and NOT get into someone else’s business, because we don’t want any troubles.

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