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I worked at one of the "big box" home stores, and the loss prevention manager (duly authorized to do so) detained a shoplifter he had followed on the store's surveilance cameras. When the police arrived, they determined the man had outstanding felony arrest warrants, including one for child abuse. The LP manager wore a well deserved grin for over a week!! Good to hear there are others watching too.
WELL............THAT IS REFRESHING.....SO MANY BUSINESS HAVE BEEN FIRING PEOPLE FOR BEING GOOD SAMARITANS BECAUSE THEY DO NOT WANT THEIR EMPLOYEES GETTING INVOLVED
Poor man, poor child! At least for a child this nightmare is over, not so sure about this guy. He will probably be diagnosed with schizophrenia which is not a mental but a spiritual disease. Worst of all, so called "professionals" keep insisting that a man is sick with a disease origin of which they are unable to explain.Those who wish to find the truth, these are remarkable sources of information:Work of one of the world's great scientist: "Swedenborg Library by B. F. Barrett"Dr. Wilson Van Dusen "Presence of Spirits in Madness"It's easy to condemn, it's much harder to help and prevent! Carry words of Jesus in your heart and open your mind to beyond this dimension if you wish to help this world become a better place!
Spiritual diseases - if that is what this is - are cured by a spiritual being, not some man. Only God can heal the spirit. Helped 'get over' the worst parts of my tour of Vietnam. The Bible saved my life. It can and will save others. Not man's words or philosophies.
Just a great story with an even greater ending, thanks to Roxanna Ramirez!!
First off that worker deserves a raise, a big one. Any worker who is that much aware of what's going around them and acts on it deserves one. Second, that pedo who stated that he was just as afraid as that child is a scum bag! People who are afraid of doing things don't usually do them! What a lame statement, he's just covering his a** the best way he can.
Screw you Huff Post. I am sick of you not posting and wanting more and more personal info. Are you working for the feds
I used to like posting comments on HuffPo articles. Hated most of the articles without any type of editing but loved commenting on them. A couple of weeks ago HuffPo said I needed to "sign in" in order to leave a comment. The only way it allowed a sign in was if you created a Facebook page. Never had a Facebook page, never will. But I really do miss commenting. Oh well, at least I can still comment on AOL articles.
This is the kind of credit Target can use that won't be hacked.
hey knuckehead god just called hes ready to send you down below.
So glad the little girl is okay!
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