All the things have a background. All the situations have it. So, why when we talk about some issue in our daily life we didn't consider the context?
In my opinion, we do it because is easier than analyze all the situations in a integral way.
I read this morning an article about the sexual violation of a member of the Parliament of Bolivia by other member.
In a first place, the victim was unconscious under the alcohol effects in a celebration of the Parliament. How could an officer get drunk into a official reunion?
Secondly, she is violated by one of her mates in the Parliament room.
How could that happen?
Obviously we can't say that she is the guilt because she was drunk. Exist a context that allows that kind of behavior in an officer but not just that, allows a violation too. Because the victimizer just act when he feels that his conduct is fine.
Into a political institution like is a Parliament, the rights of any citizen have to be sacred. If they have permission to break laws and ignore the Human rights then everybody have it.
The background of this community support situations like this. The responsible is not just the man but all the people that think that these is a right way to act.