Bumping, as someone, somewhere, knows who he is. He may be the person at church who recently shaved his head or dyed his hair after a comical “accident.” He may be the person who assisted you at the home improvement store, or that gets his cigars/cigarettes at the same place you do. He may be the person you see getting gas each week. He may be the neighbor down the street. He’s the person you would not think of in this context, so adding this to help people think a bit.
Imagine that you know something bad is about to happen to you, and that you have no effective means to prevent it. You know nothing can stop it, but you activate the video feature on your cell phone not to help you, but to help police find the person or persons who did those things to you.
14-year-old Libby German did just that in the moments before at least one male ordered her and her friend — 13-year-old Abby Williams — “down the hill” and ultimately to their deaths. She showed a clarity and courage that I’m not sure many adults could or would match under the same circumstances.
The least we can do is spread this far and wide, so that the killer or killers are brought to justice. Somebody, somewhere, will recognize the photo or the voice. Share it far and wide.
Light. The. Bastard. Up.