Ross kemp - east africa

masaku

Village Elder
#1
At what point should the cameraman stop filming and assist? I mean whats the red line? I know the job entails and demands capturing the right moment but is it humane to continue to the last minute if lives are on the line? If they can just step outside a lynch mob and call the cops or negotiate for life to be spared?

I stumbled upon an old video of people lynching wachawi and it got me thinking....

 

nyashyn

Village Elder
#10
I watched the whole burning video back in 2013/14 and it is gory this documentary is far from that. there is an old man who stayed strong through the whole thing (he never screamed) kuna point you could hear some popping/hissing sound from his burning body.you could see white and pink patches of skin as it burned and finally being charred....nasty stuff
 

ziga

Village Elder
#15
Nomaaa... Hii n Tabia ya Wakisii...... .they kill their old folk kwa kuwasingizia uchawi..i hear these deaths are linked to land.... Gava couldn't do anything?
 

Grundy

Village Sponsor
#17
At what point should the cameraman stop filming and assist? I mean whats the red line? I know the job entails and demands capturing the right moment but is it humane to continue to the last minute if lives are on the line? If they can just step outside a lynch mob and call the cops or negotiate for life to be spared?

I stumbled upon an old video of people lynching wachawi and it got me thinking....

How many times have you found a crowd lynching a thief and you called the police to save the thief's life if we can start there
 

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