The 2nd Amendment, brotherly love, and racial respect combine for the feel good video of the weekend.
According to NextShark:
An unidentified man is being hailed as a hero after preventing a carjacking that purportedly targeted an elderly Asian man in Los Angeles’ Miracle Mile area.
Advocacy group Black and Asian Souls Unite took to Instagram to post a video of the incident, which NextShark has verified with the neighborhood official who originally shared the video. The footage does not show the purported carjacking but what appears to be its aftermath.
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In the video, the Good Samaritan, a Black man who wishes not to be identified, can be seen pointing what appears to be a handgun at the alleged carjacker, effectively forcing him away from the victim. Zooming into the video shows the latter throwing back what is presumably the Asian man’s car keys.
“Get the f*ck off my street!” the Samaritan demands before making a warning shot. “You come around here bullying people on my f*cking street, n*gga?”
The man continues to keep the alleged perp at bay by pushing him on the back multiple times until they reach a safe distance.
Background voices are heard in the video as the scene unfolds. One of them, presumably the Asian man, yells “thank you” after his rescuer passes on the car keys.
Miracle Mile Zone 7 Rep. Thao Tran, who also serves as the chair of Public Safety & Wellbeing Mid City West Neighborhood Council, revealed that the incident happened on April 27 of this year at the south of the intersection of Wilshire and Ridgely in Los Angeles’ Miracle Mile area.
Tran tells NextShark that a Mid-City resident provided footage to a Los Angeles Police Department volunteer.
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