When being a Good Samaritan backfires

For his efforts at being the Good Samaritan, he died at the hand of a knife-wielding murderer who is still at large to this day Photo courtesy of Rusty StraitRusty Strait. ■ By Rusty Strait / Senior Reporter The business of being a Good Samaritan has been debated since the days of Jesus and the Holy Land. Instances include saving a drowning child, pulling someone out of a flaming house, and more. But being a Good Samaritan is often a dangerous effort. What happens when the Good Samaritan dies trying to help? Most of us would rush to help our fellow man in trouble. Hopefully he or she would do the

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