Brazilian Gunman, Made a Bad Choice

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Brazilian Gunman, Made a Bad Choice

Post by Doka » 05-13-2018 11:08 PM

When it comes to saving kids, this is how to do it. Agree??


Gunman who attempted to rob young children and families outside a school is killed by a waiting mother (who turned out to be an off-duty armed policewoman)


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Military police officer Katia da Silva Sastre, 42, rounded on the gunman
Shooter has been identified as 21-year-old man Elivelton Neves Moreira
The suspect died later the same day in hospital from his injuries
Officer Sastre commended for her actions despite the 'regrettable' outcome
She was honored for her bravery by Sao Paulo's governor Márcio França Sunday
By Janet Tappin Coelho In Brazil


This is the moment a gunman's attempted robbery on young children and families waiting outside a school in Sao Paulo was foiled by a mother who turned out to be an off-duty armed policewoman.

Security cameras outside the private school in Sao Paulo caught the dramatic moment on Saturday morning around 8am.

Military police officer Katia da Silva Sastre, 42, rounded on the gunman, identified as Elivelton Neves Moreira, 21, and surprised him by whipping out her weapon and firing three times. 

Officer Sastre is being hailed a hero for her act of bravery and was honored in a ceremony by Sao Paulo Governor Márcio França on Sunday. 


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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... other.html
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Re: Brazilian Gunman, Made a Bad Choice

Post by kbot » 05-14-2018 10:53 AM

In this country someone would have filed charges for discharging a firearm in a school zone.

If it occurred in a sanctuary city (or state), in addition to the charges, there'd be protests demanding her badge and jail time........
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