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During Friday's intense manhunt for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in Watertown, Mass., when the city of Boston was on lockdown, a Brookline police officer delivered milk to a family with a baby. And like many random acts of kindness seen in the wake the marathon bombings, the photo—posted to Facebook by the family—went viral, thanks in part to a tweet from the Boston Police Department
Look at his face, it's not one of "Oooh coochi coochi coo" as you do around babies.
Originally posted by DrunkYogi
One Cop does one act of kindness and it goes viral! Who among us on ATS wouldn't have done it? Anyone? This actually goes to show how close we are to a Police state and how public trust in the Police has plummeted. One Cop does one good thing...........OMG. It is so unusual that it goes viral!!!!!!!!!!!!! Who tweeted the information? non other than, wait for it, drum roll drrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr...Crash... ........The Boston Police Department. Hey look how good we are....................Suckers.