Charges not likely for riders who saw Philadelphia train rape, prosecutors say

Prosecutors say bystanders who witnessed but didn't intervene in an alleged sexual assault on a Pennsylvania train last week will most likely not be charged. Experts say that under Pennsylvania law, the passengers didn't have a legal duty to stop the attack.

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