A Cop Went Undercover as a Paralyzed Person and this What He has Experienced

A really interesting thing happened when a Vancouver Policeman went undercover to catch a thief after reporting two knifepoint robberies from people driving wheelchairs in a Down Town Eastside. He hoped to catch a ruthless thief who chooses soft targets to robe with no chance of resistance. This cop took a cover of a paralyzed man with a slight mental damage that caused his loss of memory, fakingly.In his publicised video message, he said that he was shortly accepted by the society even by normal people moving around and by vulnerable people. equally. During his cover, he made five deployments and experienced behaviour of different people and attitude towards paralyzed in a society with a focus to catch the thief. To his astonishment, he did not experience a robbery but five very kind, generous and gentle

In his publicised video message, he said that he was shortly accepted by the society even by normal people moving around and by vulnerable people. equally. During his cover, he made five deployments and experienced behaviour of different people and attitude towards paralyzed in a society with a focus to catch the thief. To his astonishment, he did not experience a robbery but five very kind, generous and gentle behaviour towards himself.

He told briefly about his five deployments to the world through VPDTV. He stated that he was quickly accepted by people as he was part of their lives while he narrated a story of the young man came from Quebec asked him for spiritual prayers that were really healing.Impressive!

Impressive!

At another location, under covered S/Sgt Mark Horsley, found a boy who came near to him and took his camera for taking pictures, a time when he found him he thought that’s suspicious thief but to his surprise, when the same boy found his waist pouch pocket open with some money, he bent down and zipped it up saying you should not lose your money, subsequently he returned his camera and went away after saying few words. The boy told staff Sargent that his mother is too in a wheelchair and he is taking care of her that makes him more empathetic about him.

To add some adventure to account and to judge people closely, he added something different into his story and voiced that he could not count having a small mental injury. The reaction of people again left him surprised. What he went through is that when he exchanged food by giving extra money and told people he could not count. He told the media proudly that not even for a single time, he was short-changed as no one returned him less money or took extra.

Furthermore, a woman came to him and asked for change for five dollars and he opened all his change for her. To her honesty, she took a change of five dollars and left by praising gently.

This is not over yet, the most important experience he had in one night was when he was placed on his wheelchair near a footpath in Bar District with very little passing by. A boy came close to him, lit cigarette, bring some cents out of pocket and gave it to him. That was really inspiring as he never demanded him for any sort of help.

What he has concluded is that the collective honesty, generosity, and passion for the humanity was widely found in Down Town people. He is very proud of having an experience of looking his own society from a different perspective.

Being a cop, he needs to assure the security of his people but for people like those down in Down Town, nobody can even think of doing bad to each other. Which puts weight into the fact that this world is not short of good people all we need to do is to look around.

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