Inmates Come to Guard`s Aid in Jail Attack [Video]

Submitted by: scottthebum 7 years ago

A lone prison guard is caught by surprise in an inmate"s deadly choke hold--what happens may leave you speechless.
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Male 606
Thats what happens when a guard is nice to his inmates.
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Male 431
last ninja has a good point. although im not sure a bunch of inmates would have thot of it that logically and quickly. but perhaps. notice how it was just the one at first. he was the "GOOD" one. the others followed suit. kinda like a "stand alone, and others will stand with you" thing..? either wayyy... props to the inmates. too bad they got themselves there in the first place.
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Female 525
"I`m kinda curious as to why the whole slew of violent criminals were just walking about with no guards around at all."

They were awaiting trial, therefore not yet proven guilty. None of these guys had any serious offenses, either.

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Male 1,063
Well, I guess it goes to show that time behind bars actually does work.
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Male 122
"No, actually The_windy, it means they were NICE people, GOOD people don`t break the law..."

I don`t suppose you`ve ever broke the speed limit? Or jaywalked? Society`s morals aren`t defined by the law, thank god. Besides, I know plenty of druggies and thieves and a lot of them actually are good people. Maybe not all the time, but I know one in particular who would put his life on the line for me and has for his family.

I hope you`re a troll and not someone who looks at lawbreakers down his nose.

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Female 169
yay i loove the wicked reference.
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Male 610
this isn`t nice. this is self preservation. if the inmate killed the guard, all the other inmates would`ve been punished. they saved him, only the attacker got punished
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Female 17
Are people wicked? or do they have wickedness thrust upon them?

-Glinda, Wicked, the Musical

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Female 237
Exactly StudentOfMan. GOOD people don`t murder other people.

The deputy was a nice guy, and the inmates liked him and didn`t want to see him get hurt-- that`s it.

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Male 2,422
Probably prison politics more than goodwill.
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Male 354
People can be good and nice and still break the law.
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Male 1,081
I don`t find this too surprising. It doesn`t happen often, but meh. Not all inmates want to continue breaking the law.
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Male 345
No, actually The_windy, it means they were NICE people, GOOD people don`t break the law...
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Male 8,302
> "Why? Moon`s a good guy..."

...or possibly because he`s the one who smuggles the hooch in for them. Just throwing it out there.

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Female 4,197
i wonder if any of those who helped were innocent found guilty?
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Female 1,589
Just cause they broke the law doesn`t mean they are bad people. This proves it.
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Male 1,918
"It was hard to put a finger on what provoked this, but it was fast, and it was violent" thats what she said there`s so many of them in that sentance
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Female 169
sunshine smile =) FL haters
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Female 1,148
Awesome.
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Male 2,506
It was planned those 4 just tipped their scale to get off with parole
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Male 4,680
I`m not really surprised by this since my dad works as a prison officer. Apparently this stuff happens all the time, usually it`s the bigger, tougher prisoners who help officers take down the little scrotes.
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Male 2,290
That was amazing how they just came to his rescue like that. Our prisoners and guards should become closer--it is a rehabilitation process. These people should be treated with the dignity and respect that anyone else on the outside is given.

Obviously, it pays to be that way.

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Male 716
I know a few people who are getting some lenient sentances...
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Female 3,598
so great. good karma for those guys. i couldn`t agree more with Swaywithme. she said it best.
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Male 373
im speechless

this is awsome

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Male 173
I like it, I have a new respect for my brother man.
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Female 877
@chillimac: rotfl xDD
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Female 3,696
It comes down to a sense of being decent to people. Moon, the officer is said to be `a good guy` and he probably treats the prisoners with some inkling of respect, despite the situation they`ve found themselves in. You can`t always know what circumstances brought about their sentences and they`re still human beings so when you treat someone with proper respect, it comes back to you. Kudos to the other prisoners and good luck with your rehabilitation!
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Male 10,440
That was interesting. It makes me think.
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Male 438
awww, i feel all warm and fuzzy now.
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Male 894
that is pretty rad of those other guys to help that man. props for doing the right thing and BEING A DECENT HUMAN BEING!
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Female 420
that`s quite heartwarming. In a weird way.
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Male 1,164
Awwwwww.

I still hate humanity though.

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Male 25,416
wow! sometimes people can do a good thing!
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Male 2,690
Agreed Simim23
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Male 1,196
dang thats pretty sweet
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Female 723
I LOVE this!
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Female 1,427
The thing is, is that just because someone tried to kill one person, doesn`t mean they want to, or will try to, kill everyone else.

Just because someone beats on one person, doesn`t mean they beat on everyone else.

Same goes for theft, arson, etc.

Criminals aren`t always violent and aggressive towards everybody; just some certain individuals.

Like you wouldn`t want to kill your loving mother or grandma, but you would want to kill the guy that raped your sister.

Going with this logic, it`s perfectly reasonable someone could kill one man and attempt to save another.

Enlisted soldiers do it all the time, after all.

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Female 1,604
that is a great story!!
I agree with Subushie.
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Male 39
Love it.
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Male 276
this is one of those times and videos that afirms tat I am right to still ahve a little faith in humanity
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Male 1,646
everyone seems so surprised that these inmates tried to save someone. just because there in jail doesn`t devoid them of human compassion.

oh and Luvsushi, these are just prisoners in your state. Florida still sucks.

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Male 95
Wonder if they`ll get a lighter sentence for it...
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Male 1,297
converse, you poor boy. "scum of society?" i hope you don`t just jump to that conclusion about everyone who has been in prison, for obvious reasons.
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Male 1,297
suite <3
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Male 42
just because you`re in prison for `home invasion` dosen`t mean you`re willing to see murder committed in front of your eyes. But whoop for them. :)
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Female 169
I`ve been coming here for almost a year and i`ve read alll the Florida bashing with the "Guess which state" bit. I had to make an account today because i`m surprised nothing was said about it.
But i do realize no one wants to say anything nice `bout us Floridians so i`ll just rep!!! =)
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Male 4,867
good on `em.
not all criminals are bad guys - if you know what i mean...
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Female 36
bloody hell.
wow.

thats all i can say.

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Female 152
Wow...I guess there is still hope for humanity...

Just cause you`re a criminal doesn`t mean you don`t have a heart...^.^

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Male 2,553
>leesah
Good point. And, as previously mentioned, prisoners are people too.
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Female 1,566
"How did this many people manage to get out of there cells?"

I`m thinking this isn`t a very high security jail, so their must have been a recess group out and the one guy thought he could make a run for it.

@Converse: I don`t think they`ll get flack for it. The video says they all like the guard because he`s a nice guy. He probably has conversations with them and is friendly. If I were in jail and the rare nice security guard who was in charge of my area was getting attacked, I`d save him too.

Plus, letting him die would have meant more security, less privileges, and a tougher guard on duty. I don`t think any of them would sit there and watch someone else take away any of the privileges they have left, as criminals.

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Male 695
When the announcer said "why?" it sounded kinda mean... Almost like he wanted him dead.
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Male 639
B-Hazard: I`m kinda curious as to why the whole slew of violent criminals were just walking about with no guards around at all.

This is what I was thinking. How did this many people manage to get out of there cells?

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Male 901
Whaa, criminals are human beings too?

Inconcievable!

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Male 3,315
Doesn`t surprise me. They are people too, with their own code of honor. You do right by them, they will do right by you.
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Female 1,001
that`s a show of respect for the authoritah!
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Male 1,270
These people who saved the guard are the scum of society, and yet they can do something this selfless? I honestly don`t know what to think...part of me wants them to get off their charges lightly, but at the end of the day, they`re still criminals.

I guess it goes to show that almost everyone has that good side...even though most are too scared to show it sometimes.

What do you think their mates will have to say about it? I can image them taking some flack for it tbh...

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Male 4,290
Yeah I saw this the other day. Good for them. And other prison guards, take note: be nice to the inmates.
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Male 2,958
I`m kinda curious as to why the whole slew of violent criminals were just walking about with no guards around at all.
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Female 1,395
Whoa, how thick is that douglas blokes neck? he`s like a black, male britney Spears.
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Male 897
Wow. You certainly don`t see that every day.
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Male 36
Sure, because been in jail makes you completely alienated to such things as compassion etc.. you know all those emotions and reactions those "not in jail" people have...
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Male 7,586
damn, that shows everyone that even in prison these are still people
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Male 383
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