Bystanders Step In to Help Police Officer Being Assaulted

Despite the mainstream media’s concerted attempt to divide the police and private citizens, more and more images have emerged showing something quite different.

Dramatic dashcam video from August shows a bystander in Oklahoma risking personal injury by tacking a man who was attacking a police officer. Now, Daily Caller has released a video of another incident in which a group of peaceful African American BLM protestors rescued a downed white police officer.

The incident in Oklahoma began when a man attempted to use stolen credit cards in a grocery store. Dashcam video shows the suspect dragging a police officer to the ground, kicking and punching him in the parking lot.

A citizen who saw the altercation rushed in to tackle the suspect to the ground. Jennifer Wagnon of the Edmond, Oklahoma Police Department told ABC News, “That’s pretty indicative of the community we serve in … The community we serve in is very supportive of law enforcement.”

 

Alex Salinas of Midland, Texas was awarded a commemorative coin by the Midland Police Department for a similar act of bravery. It reads “Am I doing the right thing at the right time, the right way and for the right reason.”

The Salinas family said they will display the coin in their house as a reminder to always help other people “no matter what.”

Watch the video to see the surprising way some BLM protestors responded to a downed police officer and looting in their communities. I wish the garbage mainstream media would tell these stories.


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