Colombian Policeman Prevents Suicide of 19 Year Old by Simply Being Nice

Colombian Policeman Prevents Suicide of 19 Year Old by Simply Being Nice

Even though there is no gore in this video, I wanted to share it because it provides a glimpse at what it’s like when a policeman puts on his uniform to serve and protect the public, and not to bully and terrorize the citizens.

This event happened in the municipality of Ábrego in Colombia. A 19 year old man suffered a mental episode and was threatening to commit suicide by hanging. But instead of beating the shit out of him to kill him so the cop can add a notch on his belt and brag before his cop friends about executing a vulnerable teen going through a mental episode, as we have seen many times in the USA and Canada, this policeman talked him out of suicide by simply being nice. It’s unreal how much difference a simple hug, instead of a baton, can make.

The policeman was identified as Marcos García from the Seccional de Norte de Santander attachment. Some of the things he told the teenager were:

I’m going to take you as my godson. I’ll help you with whatever you need, we’ll do good things for you, get out of there. Believe in García.

Bootlickers that infested Best Gore will never get it, that much they’ve shown for a fact, but hopefully those not totally indoctrinated to worship the police state will understand that the police don’t need to bomb infants sleeping in their cribs, don’t need to shoot 2 week old puppies wagging their tails with a slew of bullets, don’t need to beat mentally ill people to death, and don’t need to compete with one another in who kills more citizens during their career.

Author: Vincit Omnia Veritas

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111 thoughts on “Colombian Policeman Prevents Suicide of 19 Year Old by Simply Being Nice”

    1. Great hashtag, out of 100%, I would say 8% truly police the streets as a service to the American public. Those 8% will usually never be seen because they dont ever want the glory, they just want to do right.
      My hats off to you if there any GOOD piggys out there reading this.

      1. It’s an urban legend propagated by the mainstream press so sheeple believe the police are good. I can show you a hundred videos from the last 5 years showing police abusing, beating or executing citizens. But I have yet to see a video from the last 5 years of a cop interfering in police brutality and preventing the abuse of citizenry. Unless there is evidence, the myth that good cops exist in America remains just that – a myth. The 8% figure – not a chance.

        1. Mark I’ve been lurking here for probably more than 5 years now – I have nearly decimated most hope or trust or faith in humanity, what little I already had, in that time – but there are always exceptions. Too bad we didn’t listen to Eisenhower’s warning about the MIC because where the grist meets the grind, the kid in a cotton tee and a legion of jackbooted former bully-bitch-boys pull up in their goddamn APC and meet on the urban battlefield. This huge uptick in the militarization of the police forces has really only blown up in the last two/three decades – seizure money and decommissioned battlefield-quality equipment being funneled to po-dunk police departments that never wanted, needed or asked for it but had to take it nonetheless, less the Raytheons and Boeings and Northrup-Grummans experience a half-percent decrease in stock value. And it’s had its obvious effects, the worst of which are only now being made public, almost entirely due to body-cams and people demanding citizen review boards. Contradictions and suspicions in the oft dubious police narrative by people (juries) are starting to give the crew-cut sergeant in the witness box or behind the report less and less leeway – the gravitas of “police testimony” is eroding as well. Shit’s sure the fuck bad, but goddamn not 92% bad.

          And I’m based in the Bay Area, I’ve experienced some of this shit firsthand – where the corrupt-ass Berkeley mayor has twice now ordered his officers to stand down and simply maintain perimeter whilst literally feet in front of them Antifa fags and whatever upper-middle-class pussies who felt like cosplaying revolution beat the shit out of one another and burned the campus – but what the fuck do you think their game is? Is it just another example of the banality of evil? Just following the higher-ups in lockstep? Dogs smelling vulnerable victims when they pull over some asshole? I’d argue that way more than 8% of recruits or cadets starts out with good, honorable intentions and once their meat’s in the machine they get their decency ground out of them through fear or intimidation or heavy disincentive to not break the blue wall. But fuck me if I ever get as jaded and hopeless as you – and fancy that, people believing or being convinced that 99.9% of Porkys just love sniping off random black kids is really what the BLM astro-turf terrorist group is built on – or what’s being fomented in the minds of its brainless adherents and the general public.

          1. I’m neither jaded nor hopeless. That’s what you are, actually. I’m simply a realist who bases his opinion on demonstrable facts, not propaganda. I just said that whereas there is plenty of evidence that 100% of American cops are bad, and absolutely no evidence that a single one is good, I’m gonna go with what my eyes can see, not what bootlickers or Zionist press tells me I should believe. Can you understand the difference between an aware person and a sheeple now? It’s quite something that just because I don’t live with rose colored shades on, I get called jaded and hopeless by those who do.

        2. Finally! Someone who isn’t scared to have their own opinion/views and not go off whatever Mark decides to write…….. Oh it is so lovely to see. Your kind are very rare around here. It is an honor to meet you.

        3. So just because good acts aren’t caught on tape, you assume most cops are bad because of the examples caught on tape? Give me a fucking break. I’m so sick of the anti-police, anti American crap on this site. Yeah some cops are shady but doesn’t mean all, or even most are. I can say just because all you see is black people and Mexicans breaking the law in the news, doesn’t mean most aren’t law abiding citizens.. I’m done with BG.

          1. I think these sociological parameters sum up everything that goes on in the world, seen and unseen.

            Everyone is evil by default, but most people have a tenacious desire to do what they think is right in their own eyes.
            Most people have good intentions.

            The few that have evil intentions usually are those in positions of great power but not always.

            Because evil abounds, the love of many has waxed cold. What man will stand up for their neighbor when there is no love for their neighbor within them?

            The problem with the world today is that love is not known, many people think that love is merely another word for greed or want, but in reality love is rarely known or shown.

            Charity is a powerful kind of love.

            1 Corinthians 13:

            “13 Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, and have not charity, I am become as sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal.

            2 And though I have the gift of prophecy, and understand all mysteries, and all knowledge; and though I have all faith, so that I could remove mountains, and have not charity, I am nothing.

            3 And though I bestow all my goods to feed the poor, and though I give my body to be burned, and have not charity, it profiteth me nothing.

            4 Charity suffereth long, and is kind; charity envieth not; charity vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up,

            5 Doth not behave itself unseemly, seeketh not her own, is not easily provoked, thinketh no evil;

            6 Rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth in the truth;

            7 Beareth all things, believeth all things, hopeth all things, endureth all things.

            8 Charity never faileth: but whether there be prophecies, they shall fail; whether there be tongues, they shall cease; whether there be knowledge, it shall vanish away.

            9 For we know in part, and we prophesy in part.

            10 But when that which is perfect is come, then that which is in part shall be done away.

            11 When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things.

            12 For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known.

            13 And now abideth faith, hope, charity, these three; but the greatest of these is charity.”

      2. It seems that 8% is going down everyday. It’s hard to help people that are taught at a young age to never trust white people especially white officers. It is refreshing seeing a police officer helping someone. What a rare occurrence.

    2. I haven’t made a comment in here since Mark wrote about me in open post 5. I am a police officer forever disabled now from a pursuit of a carjacking suspect. I saw gore on the job, so seeing it here was normal. It quite possibly helped me cope when seeing so many interested in reality as I like to call it. Unfortunately the amount of unjustified shootings that the news media glorified, since then has changed everyone’s general perspective on policing. Nothing has changed much. However I appreciate the post. I don’t know too many of my colleagues who don’t have a lifesaving citation.. I have 3 myself. Among others I did not get recognized. Cuz it’s my job. It’s not news worthy.

      1. Ya alotta people on here think all cops and all military are bad, (myself a Marine) but have never on e been in a real situation where they really have any place to talk. There are plenty of shitty cops and shitty military personnel, but there are good in some. And mark you say until someone posts about a cops in a police state stopping abuse or policing their own its all lies. Well there have been several on here that show just that. Like the female cop in Florida that arrested another cop for doing over 100mph then fleeing her, she got hounded til she had to quit her own dept. Because she did her job even if the other guy was a cop in a police car but was off duty and trying to hurry and get to his other job. She did the right thing and got fucked for it by bad cops.

      2. @dpdfuzz, so since you were “injured” in a high speed pursuit of a car jacking vehicle which by the last time I checked, was not worth as much as a life. When a piggy throws on his red and blues and drives at 100+ mph RECKLESSLY, that said person deserves everything that they have coming to them if they got hurt. If a person was driving to the store and didn’t hear or see you then gets T-boned in an intersection and 4 of their family members gets killed, are you telling us that the ignorant actions of the police was justified? Im sure you would because once a cop has it in thier minds they are right it will never change.

        1. @PIGgray, you’re a fucking idiot…………. It was his job you fool. He had to chase that carjacker, if it was your car taken and the cop said we can’t chase him in case we crash you would tell them to do their fucking job.
          Anyone can get in a crash, so by your point no one should drive because some people speed and drive dangerous and a crash may happen. How was he to know what would happen, what would he say to his boss ” oh i didn’t go after him. Why not? ” Oh the robber was driving to fast, i was worried we would crash” You fool, get out of Marks ass and come up for some fresh air, lack of oxygen to your brain has you talking rubbish.

          1. @caca84 yeah if flying around doing 50 mph above the speed limit chasing a $10000 car while putting the lives of the public at risk… Yeah hes a superhero you fucking douche bag. Go buy a swine a doughnut and give him a reach around.
            By the way fucktard, dont tell me about how some people shouldn’t drive due to crashes. Go find my “introduce yourself” forum.
            Police chases KILL

        2. @PIGgray
          Once a cop has it in their mind they’re right it will never change? I can’t comment. Everything you said is very ignorant. We terminate chases for that very reason. It’s a pursuit without lights/siren that breaks procedure. And nowhere did I say it was a high speed pursuit. It was a foot chase. The very same gun he used to carjack a family, was used against me. I developed RSD. I was forced to retire at 29. And never work again. Single full time handicapped dad with full custody. Its ignorant rhetoric like yours that creates the problems.

          1. Well then you must fall into that 8% I wrote about earlier. Its the other 92% that give you, the ones who truly serve and protect, a bad name. If what I say is true for you, please accept my apologies.
            Before my tragic incident happened in 2010, 7 different callers called 911 to report a road rage incident, 2 of them said that someone was going to be killed. In the 16 minute time frame, 2 perps drove right by a police sub station and yet, no cops were present during or 2 minutes after the said incident. So due to this fact of 8 miles and 16 minutes that no one served or protected my family, I have a hard time respecting 92% of cops.
            Im sorry if my comments towards the 8% offended them and you and I wish you a healthier and safer life.

        3. My thoughts are, if there’s a high speed chase, what’s actually more important? Issuing citations with jail time, or easing off, let the speeder (hopefully) slow down and possibly drive more carefully, and at same time cutting down risk of having speeder, police or Joe Public having an accident, possibly fatal one? Yea, getting the driver off the road would be great, but… safety. Some guys I work with are pro cop. Yea, we all work together but I don’t get too involved or comfortable around cops. Cause anything said or done can and will be used against you. Even if you’re not doing anything illegal. I’m pro marijuana and call out the prohibition here. Even stir the pot saying it’s a shame how cops break the law by doing drug deals just to catch criminals.

          Yea, I’m rambling again. I should change name to The Rambler haha…

          But cops like this here. If only the dirty cops can learn something from this. Thankfully some of the cops here are cool. Most of the older ones that’s been around town for a long time. They are well liked because the majority of the times they are willing to help you out. These are the ones I rather respond to emergency calls with me when I’m working. I at least know that they’ll have my back and are quick to detain people that stop us from giving emergency care to those in need. And especially when there’s a house fire and there’s an idiot trying to attack for not showing up the second they call.

      3. Not everyone here thinks that cops are evil intending by default, I don’t.
        I think Cops like everyone else are people, people who share the same emotions and dreams that all of humanity has.

        People are people, all are evil but most have good intentions.

      1. Yes in a police state. Men are not a monolith. They’re rare as fuck, but they’re there. I’ve met some – usually working in IA. When I was threatened and harassed, followed home after flipping of an unmarked, off-duty pork pie who ran a stop-sign and almost hit me IA investigated and fired the piece of shit.

        1. I lived in Michigan, West Virginia and Virginia and all the cops I met were nice. Even if they were pulling me over, or coming to my house cause my neighbor called saying I was to loud, or when my bank account was hacked over Christmas, etc etc. Treat them with respect they do the same. And don’t put yourself in the position to be in the wrong place wrong time, or do anything illegal etc to wind up in a questionable situation. They are people, good people bad people, just people.

          1. That’s true. Treat them how you want to be treated. With respect. And when you do that, you’re driving off with a warning (or nothing). Both good and bad cops expect to go home at the end of shift. Don’t be shitty and you won’t get treated like shit.

          2. Spoken like a true sheep. Both good and bad cops expect to go home at the end of their shift? Here’s a flash news for you – so do good and bad people, but cops don’t give a shit. They only care about themselves. All the people they kill, all the people they beat up, all the children they blow up, all the individuals not feeling well who got executed by cops because they know they get away with it – they all want to go home, but they never made it, because cops would rather kill off the nation than risk a papercut.

        1. Oh I’m a sheep? I beg to differ. You don’t know me and my views to say I’m a sheep. I can’t give 2 shits about the bad cops. To label me as a sheep is like me labeling you a sheep. We don’t know each other. Goes to say I bet you are quick to call the police when shtf. Being a keyboard warrior acting all big and shit. Criticizing all who oppose your individual thought pattern.

      1. I guess you need to experience the daily shit that police by enlarge deal with everyday- violence, abuse, murder, death, accidents, suicide, etc etc How else could one deal with that day after day year after year but to become numb to their humanity? Never once in my Dads 47 yr career as a police officer did he ever talk about the trauma he dealt with daily and the effect it had in his humanity- he’d just drink, beat up his wife and kids, then go and do it all again tomorrow. How else could you really deal with it all? Then he put a .357 in his mouth and ended his inhumane existence.

  1. Wow not many things can get me crying like a bitch but this one did…. what a fucken champ that policeman is for his genuine actions to save the guy. Guys like him should be Time Magazine Man of The Year or Mr.Colombia. Be shit hard in that fucked up place and all the shit he’d see daily as a cop to maintain an empathetic genuine heart to act how he did. Amazing what a big man hug can do in certain circumstances like this. So grab the closest man if your currently a man and give him a big huggie… then lick his face, squeeze his dick or finger his ass- if that’s what you like!!

  2. in Colombia are some good cops and some bad cops like the ones in america but good for us that most cops in colombia are good guys cause they came from poor society and know the problems of the people suffering in our country

  3. That cops like don’t you want the opportunity to get shot, pussy comes and gos and you know what your gonna find a better more better piece of trim you’ll get to kill a fool for so come on down a have a coke and a smile and shut the fuck up. -951-

  4. Good post mark. At least we know there are at lest 1 good cop out there.. of all the cop shit I’ve seen I’ve lost hope in them protecting anyone but themselves. This gave me a little hope they can start helping us instead of killing us.

  5. There’s a lot of good police officers out there. Just because you don’t see them get recorded on a video doesn’t mean they aren’t there. If everyone started to video record and upload the videos of the good police officers you would see. But unfortunately people mostly only record the bad cops doing bad things. Also all countries got different laws and ways of behaving. So i totally agree with the hashtag

    Last but not least. Good to see the smurfs stick together and help on another!

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