In a Walmart parking lot in Shawnee, Kansas, 2 black thugs approached a woman and her baby.
One of them struck the woman in the head in the moment she was placing her baby in the backseat of her car.
They were going to throw her in the car and steal it. That is what they planned from the beggining.
But, then happened something they had not planned on. 33-year-old Air Force Iraq Vet heard the screams from the female and ran to her aid.
According to our source, America’s freedom fighters, Air Force vet was shot multiple times as he approached the men in an attempt to rescue the female and the infant.
The vet’s mother reported –“He would have helped anybody, it wouldn’t have mattered if they were old, white or black, or whatever. He would have done it for anybody.
This good Samaritan served 6 years in the Air Force and had deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan.
“The first phone call was that he was shot in the face and dying. We know parts of his left nostril was blown off and his face and upper left chest area are wounded.” the man’s father said.
There was also a second man, from Desoto, Kansas, that saw what was happening and came to the aid of the downed vet and the female and infant. That Good Samaritan shot and killed one of the suspects as the second black male fled from the scene.
After the investigation, the attacker who was killed was identified Monday as 28-year-old John W. Simmons III of Kansas City. Few days after, Arthur Fred Wyatt III, 27, of Overland Park, Kan., was arrested charged in Johnson County District Court with attempted first degree murder, attempted aggravated kidnapping, and attempted aggravated robbery.
Maj. Dan Tennis of the Shawnee Police Department reported: “You know our hearts and prayers go out to both of them for a speedy recovery. I know we have many people out right now, many teams of officers and detectives. We had to make contact with the family of Good Samaritan No. 1 to get them to the hospital to be with him, but apparently Good Samaritan No. 1 is able to talk.”
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