Video captures a police hero. Far too few of their acts of heroism are showcased, because the media wants to set false narratives.
Deputy Justin Ferarri represents the best of the blue, a true police hero. How many people do you know who run towards gunfire?
That’s exactly what Deputy Ferarri did in order to save a woman and her three children.
According to CBS News,
The woman told Volusia County sheriff’s deputies she was in the process of separating from her husband when he showed up at their house in Deltona and began “acting crazy” Sunday.
According to the Sheriff’s Office, the woman asked him to leave but he kept breaking into her bedroom.
Deputies said there were 3 children in the home between 23 months and 7 years old.
The woman called 911, and the Sheriff’s Office said the dispatcher heard a scream. Then the line went dead.
Responding deputies — among them, Deputy Justin Ferrari, who had a body camera on his uniform — heard gunshots. Investigators say they also heard a man shout, “You’re going to die tonight.”
Investigators said someone inside the home then fired shots at the deputies, twice. Two deputies returned fire.
Ferrari rushed up to the house and found an injured woman who had crawled out of the home with a gunshot wound to the back of her leg. He dragged her to safety.
While checking around the house, he whisked the three young children to a neighbor’s home. They were crying hysterically as they rushed into his arms.
Stories like this happen far too often in this country. Bad guys doing bad things, and the police heroes who protect the innocent.
The Left will make this sad tale about guns, but it’s not about guns. This story is about a nation of people who can no longer deal with relationships. Americans give up easily, in marriage and other personal interactions. Consider the political discourse around Barack Obama, and now Donald Trump.
I blame Liberalism, an ideology that has removed God from everything, fathers from homes, and replaced them with government.
Could this woman’s husband have learned how to deal with his emotions better? No doubt. We know his story without knowing him.
26-year-old Emmanuel Rosado eventually exited the house and surrendered. Deputies say he shot his wife with a 9mm handgun, and he now faces three counts of attempted first-degree murder.