Wednesday, October 6, 2010


...Usually, with THIS TYPE OF STORY, we get two types of responses. In one, the police or government officials warn of action by citizens, saying the life of the abducted 8 year old was put in danger, and that citizens should just be good witnesses.

The other, is what you have here. The citizen is recognized as the hero that he is.

There are various types of kidnappings. In this one, the suspect matches the description of an unknown subject who approaches random victims unknown to him, and as reported - that is exactly what happened when he abducted the 8 year old girl. These are the least common, and in my book, the most dangerous.

I wonder how much time this guy will get.

Oct 5, 2010: Victor Perez, center, shakes hands with Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer in Fresno, Calif. An 8-year-old girl who was abducted by a stranger while playing outside a Fresno home escaped from her captor after Perez recognized the suspects vehicle and cut it off, forcing it to stop, police said. The suspect pushed the girl out of the car, and she ran to safety. (AP Photo/Gary Kazanjian)

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