本篇論文 代寫-敲詐勒索案件讲了作者以一個好心人如何被敲詐的例子開始了這篇文章。一名年輕男子幫助一名受傷的老婦人，老婦人最終認爲他應該爲導致她受傷的事故負責。她的邏輯推理是，如果不是陳以任何方式捲入了這起事故，他就不會衝過去幫助她。雖然在這個案件中，責任人被跟蹤，陳被宣佈無罪，但他在試圖扮演一個好撒瑪利亞人的角色時確實遇到了麻煩。本篇論文 代寫文章由美國第一论文 Assignment First辅导网整理，供大家参考阅读。
The author begins the article with an example of how the Good Samaritan is extorted. Chen a young man aids an injured old woman who ends up holding him responsible for the accident that injured her in the first place. Her logical reasoning was that Chen would not have rushed to her assistance if he was not in any way involved in causing that accident. Although in this case, the person being responsible was tracked and Chen was declared innocent of the situation, he did get into trouble when he tried to play a Good Samaritan role.
The author presents about 26 such cases in which extortion occurs. The situations are classified as those in which extraordinary extortions occurs in some, the people are aware that they are wrongfully extorting and yet resort to such tactics since they want their medical bills settled. They truly believe that the person who has aided them has deep pockets, and hence should pay them. Some of the cases the author presents are as follows.
Firstly, there are the extraordinary extortion cases that almost always take place in a public space. People being extorted become more cautious when helping strangers. The author presents a case where a Good Samaritan became wary of strangers when he realized that he was held responsible for the injury. In such cases of extraordinary extortion, the bystanders will not speak up for the Good Samaritan.
Secondly, the author discusses how people find it illogical when someone comes to their aid even if they are in no way connected to their distress.