"As the trooper exited his vehicle and began to lay out flares, it appears at this point that he was ambushed by the suspect”. "In the initial confrontation, the suspect shoots the trooper in the shoulder [and] right chest area at least one time, possibly twice, disabling the use of the trooper's right hand and right arm." The gunman then attacked the trooper with his hands, bashing his head into the pavement. That's when the passing motorist stopped. "The trooper says, 'Please help me,' and asks the uninvolved third party for help," Milstead said. "That person retreats back to his vehicle, removes his own weapon from the vehicle, confronts the suspect, giving him orders to stop assaulting the officer. The suspect refuses. The uninvolved third party fires, striking and killing the suspect." The hero driver was identified only as a man who was traveling to California with his wife.
A second motorist who also stopped at the scene ran to the trooper's vehicle, grabbed its radio and called for help. #hero#firstresponders#lawenforcement#edc#concealedcarry#thinblueline
🎂HAPPY BIRTHDAY🎂 BHAIYA 👨❤💋👨
A man who always #support me
Who always #inspired me
One of the best #Hero in my life
you are the #ideal of my life
I am very lucky to have a brother like you
Luvvv yuhh #BaBa
LOVE YUHH SO MUCH ❤❤
Last night, we had the honor of lighting up the Lakewood Police Department in loving memory of Officer Chris Matlosz #317, who lost his life 8 years ago. May he always be remembered a hero. #brighterevents#LPD#hero#police
Do you ever just sit and feel sorry for yourself? Sorry that you were hurt or traumatized by other people or sorry for negatively impacting decisions you've made in the past?
I know many people that love playing that victim role. They want people to console and have sympathy for them. It's a form of attention and it does nothing but feed the Egoic part of our minds.
I get in anxious and/or depressive funks randomly. Today has been one of those days. Its something I've been working through and handling much better each time it occurs. In doing this, its also occurring less often.
What I've come to realize is there are various forms of victimization. Some people do it as a way to receive attention, even if its subconsciously. Some want to blame someone else for their unhappiness. I could give many examples as to why and how the victim pieces of us are shown, but I think you understand what I'm saying.
Becoming more aware that you're doing this to yourself gives you options. You can CHOOSE to weaken yourself and receive sorrow OR you can choose to save yourself and release the victim you hold onto.
It takes practice but in choosing to be your own savior, your own healer, you are choosing to be a hero. Give yourself that gift. Your cape awaits you.