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(Pix11)   Cop helps boy with autism find his lost teddy bear after 911 call   (pix11.com) divider line
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705 clicks; posted to D'awww » on 19 Mar 2019 at 4:37 AM (4 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2019-03-19 09:14:32 AM  
Really good story and is sappy indeed
 
2019-03-19 01:30:41 PM  
Surprised he didn't shoot first
 
2019-03-19 03:09:05 PM  
"The officer was then suspended for being black."
 
2019-03-19 07:01:09 PM  
"Manzini received specialized training from POAC Autism Services, which assists in autism recognition and response scenarios.
"Whenever we could use that training to make sure, to not only keep ourselves safe but those folks that we're helping out safe," he told PIX11. "You know it makes a great difference."


Imagine that. A cop specially trained to NOT kill people needlessly.
My. my - what will they think of next.
 
2019-03-19 08:19:38 PM  

deanis: Surprised he didn't shoot first


The video makes it clear the kid is white.
 
2019-03-19 11:58:22 PM  

etoof: deanis: Surprised he didn't shoot first

The video makes it clear the kid is white.


Doesn't matter.  People with disabilities are just as vulnerable as African-Americans.
 
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