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Civilians Help Philly Transit Officer Win Brutal Fight

A Philadelphia (SEPTA) transit officer was helped by civilians during a brutal fight with a much larger assailant. Read Full Story Here.

March 18, 2014

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John Wilson @ 1/28/2015 6:22 AM

I am proud of the civilians that helped the officer. However, it is a part of your civic duty as a citizen to help an officer when he is in need of help. I often say, "Don't fear death itself, fear what you didn't do before you meet Christ!"

Nancy Simes @ 1/28/2015 1:31 PM

An unspoken testimony to the idiocy of small-statured men ... and women ... as police officers. A woman would have been done for in an instant, or would have immediately used lethal force.

Laura Sisk @ 2/12/2015 9:57 AM

Wow Nancy! Your lack of faith in the smaller men and women police officers is appalling. How dare you assume a female officer would have just used lethal force. This is one instance where a taser would have helped. So glad that the public helped this officer prior to his backup arriving.
BTW Nancy... I am an Army Veteran and a retired Police Officer!

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