Off-duty California police officer attacked by teens after helping woman

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One, thankfully the officer stepped in:

“I think this just came down to me not being able to look away and let this happen,” he told KTVU. “I saw this young lady and she was going to be in a very bad situation.”

Two, (personal opinion) where are the parents? How can these teenagers be allowed to act like this? My children would have to deal with me after something like this and it wouldn’t have gone well for my kids. Parents need to step up and teach respect again.

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Exactly…and not just for this incident, but a question that needs to be asked nationwide…and then…maybe then you’ll see a reduction in bullying, gun violence and school shootings.

Good reminder for those that train CQB to train with multiple attackers as well as one on one.

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Oh i bet the parents weren’t far. Probably had their attorneys number all typed in just waiting to hit that green send button.

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Who says the parents dont approve of what kids did. As long as they dont get caught.

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That’s a fair point…a good example was a year or so back during a BLM protest the mother of one of the young men came along and “parented him” in public and pulled him out of that ruckus to go home. She did an excellent job IMO.

But overall…I think we’ve seen actual “parenting” either lapse or being given to the State to do.

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Yep…that’s old school right there…there’s no school like the old school…….

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Out here in CA usually these packs are the apples that haven’t fallen far from the tree. I first encountered these packs 15 years ago and they’ve been getting worse

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@RocketPak,
:+1:. That’s how I was raised, and that’s how I would act also :clap:
This is called “parenting” :point_left:

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Oakland, CA has become a very scary place to be. I worked not far from there a few years ago, NOT an ok place, that’s for sure.

In the angry mom video, not just good for her for going after her miscreant child, but good for the sheriff for saying yes to what she did. Some places, they’d be going after the mom for assault.

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Here in Texas, spank away…

“Can you use Spanking or Corporal Punishment to Discipline Your Children in Texas? Bottom line: YES, parents may spank their kids in Texas, even in public. It is legal to use corporal punishment in Texas, but proceed at your own risk of crossing the line to abuse if you leave any type of mark”.

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