Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: The ‘Bystander Effect’ Is Real; But Research Shows That When More People Witness Violence, It’s More Likely Someone Will Step up and Intervene

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This shows people filming with cell phonesWhile many people freeze while witnessing a violent event, researchers say nine times out of ten, at least one person will intervene to help the victim.