Read the following scenario

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David Cash and Jeremy Strohmeyer were friends and 18 years old. They were hanging out at a casino on the CaliforniaNevada border at 3:00 a.m. At one point, Jeremy entered a womens restroom at the casino. He entered a stall and struggled with a seven-year-old girl. Jeremy was nearly 6 feet tall, and the girl weighed 50 pounds. David entered behind him and tapped Jeremy on the head, knocking his hat off in an effort to get him to stop. He could not get Jeremy to stop, so he left the restroom.
About 30 minutes later, Jeremy reappeared and told David he molested and killed the girl. The victim was found stuffed into the toilet bowl about 5:00 a.m. By this time, the two boys had already left the scene.
Jeremy was ultimately caught and charged with murder, and David is now a sophomore at the University of California at Berkeley. David was not charged with a crime because he simply failed to come to the aid of the victim. He said, I have done nothing wrong. Most states do not require a witness to a crime to report it or offer aid.
A protest at Berkeley was organized in the hope of getting David expelled from the university, but the chancellor said there would be no expulsion because, although outrageous, his conduct violated no law.22 Many students ostracized David and would not talk to him, angered by his being in the position to save a life yet choosing not to.
Evaluate the moral permissibility of Davids conduct.
Is the decision of the university chancellor morally permissible?
What decision would you have made if you were the chancellor?
What’s the difference between the Bad Samaritan and Good Samaritan (

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