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They were awaiting trial, therefore not yet proven guilty. None of these guys had any serious offenses, either.
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.
-Glinda, Wicked, the Musical
The deputy was a nice guy, and the inmates liked him and didn`t want to see him get hurt-- that`s it.
...or possibly because he`s the one who smuggles the hooch in for them. Just throwing it out there.
Obviously, it pays to be that way.
this is awsome
I still hate humanity though.
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.
oh and Luvsushi, these are just prisoners in your state. Florida still sucks.
thats all i can say.
Just cause you`re a criminal doesn`t mean you don`t have a heart...^.^
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.
This is what I was thinking. How did this many people manage to get out of there cells?
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...