Frustrated Officer Shares Heartbreaking Message And A Doctor Is Saved By An Officers Donation
One officer shared a heartbreaking message of how he feels from those demonizing all law enforcement officers and how it feels to get up every morning having to kiss his family goodbye, knowing there’s a possibility that he won’t make it home.
“I am tired of every time I wake up in the morning, there’s someone else polarizing the fact that maybe law enforcement is just not a good thing. All of us are not bad. I am not as they are. Most of us are not. There are bad people in every career. I’m so goddamn tired! Tired! Tired!” Major Kelvin Dingle stated.
Officer Dingle spends his time as a Christian youth counselor and currently works with the Morehouse School of Medicine.
Also in the news, Officer Christopher Halstead donated a kidney to save a doctor’s life through a kidney transplant.
Yale Police Sergeant Chris Halstead from a staff spotlight was asked about his volunteer work.
“I coordinate a twice-yearly local blood drive and support other Yale Police sponsored events. I think volunteering is essential. I want to set an example for my kids. Many people struggle and don’t have enough food. I want my kids to see that and learn from it. I’ve recently volunteered to donate a kidney to a man in New York. I heard about this and understand he has an 11-year-old son. If he doesn’t get the kidney, his kid will grow up without him. They are screening me for a match now,” Sergeant Halstead answered.
The man receiving the donated kidney is Dr. David Jacobson who shared his messaged on a video at the NYU hospital.
“My wife donated her kidney six months ago so that I could receive mine today as part of a swap program. And Renewal has put this whole thing together for me. And because of Renewal and because of my donor and because of my wife and people like that, I will be able to live a full life and spend all the days and weekends that I was afraid to miss with my wife and daughter and family. And I owe it all to the people at Renewal and people like my wife and my donor. And I’m a little nervous, but I’m really excited. And this is a great day. And I’ve been telling my wife that today is my new birthday and I can’t wait to celebrate next year with her,” Dr. Jacobson shared.
Meanwhile, there are Antifa cadres who continue to paint the police as an evil tool of what they perceive to be fascism.
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