Originally Posted by thesuperred
Umm...no. If you read the OP the article states flat out that the prosecutors say there are no grounds to charge the bus driver. So even if the cops wanted to they couldn't charge him with anything.
There was clearly an opportunity for him to intervene and/or check on the welfare of the children in this- or the child in this case and uhh, he didn't make any effort to do so, so that's what we want to bring to the attention of the prosecutor.
Followed by the news-anchor stating that they sent the video in to the prosecutors for a possible
child neglect charge.
I missed the 'possible'.
Though I may have been wrong, the fact that they even attempted
to do so is beyond ridiculous.