London: Bringing Good Out of Evil
Written by on 06/05/2017
Winchester, VA – Saturday night’s terror attack in London in which 3 terrorists plowed over pedestrians on London bridge and stabbed dozens at the Borough Market brought out the heroic in civilians and police alike. A few examples: Via the Evening Standard, the BBC aired Met Police Chief Cressida Dick’s story of the herocism of an off duty officer armed only with a baton. . The Sun reports that a doorman named Ozzy led a charge against the attackers, lobbing bar stools, bottles and glasses at them. The attackers were deflected and driven straight into a hailstorm of police fire. Lastly, the Telegraph reports that in a show of solidarity, Manchester nurses sent eleven pizzas to National Health Service staff at Kings College Hospital on Sunday night. Nice.