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Wiscosin policeman Adam Brunclik was patrolling the streets in his car on November 11 when he noticed an infant in a shopping cart speeding across a road and onto a busy motorway.
Officer Brunclik immediately activated his sirens and drove his patrol car into the path of oncoming traffic to stop other motorists from hitting the baby.
After stopping his car the cop chased down the trolley and pulled the baby boy from it, who was unhurt.
The baby's mother was placing her other child in her car when the trolley rolled away with her son inside.
Officer Brunclik has received a letter of commendation for the rescue.
Originally posted by gladtobehere
reply to post by daaskapital
Its not about "all cops being evil", but say there was another group of people: Blacks, Hispanics, Moslems, lawyers, security guards etc., who on a weekly basis were beating up citizens in handcuffs, shooting and killing pets, accused of rape, committing assault and battery, tasering at will, unnecessarily killing citizens etc.; there would be an outcry.
Especially when they are rarely disciplined or held accountable for their crimes.
There is a major problem with police in America. I would argue that more people fear police versus ordinary "criminals".