India has been shamed by a series of recent cases where accident victims lay pleading for help while the onlookers stood by, taking pictures and making videos instead. On We The People, we ask: why do we not help accident victims? People say they hesitate to get involved because they fear police harassment or legal hassles. Is this a valid excuse? Are we living in times of social paradox where we are digitally connected but detached from reality? Should we have a law that holds people accountable if they don't help? Should 'Bad Samaritans' be punished?