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Source: Bay News 9
January 11, 2013
Great, there are a few criminals that will help but the laws have prevented most from changing their lives around so they continue to do crimes. I hope employers will start giving criminals depending on the crime they committed a chance,
I have said many times, not everyone who is arrested is a bad guy. Well done sir.
Well done, Mr.Stinnett.
Second chances! I love this story! Thank you to the man that help save the deputy :-)
Great story. Real glad the Deputy is ok!!!
Fortunately, Stinnett did not hold a grudge which would have prevented him giving aid to the officer. Agreed.... Treat EVERYONE with respect until it's time not to and recognize Mr Stinnett for his exemplary actions.
Cool story bro!
Another example of why you treat everyone with respect...until it's time not to. Not all people with a criminal past would have done what Mr. Stinnet did.
Bump to all.My bunns got pulled out of the fire one night at about 0230 when assaulted by a couple of pleanty big dudes.Fortunately a couple of plumbers came by and took care of business.I knew one of the plumbers to be a convicted felon.
Regardless of his past he should be recognized for this act.
News flash, great that this was posted! My arse had been saved many, many, did I say many times by folks just like this! Way before the Calvary arrived!
Props to Mr. Stinnett for his lifesaving act.
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