Witness Describes Vegas Police: 'In A World Where Everyone’s Kneeling, These Guys Stood Up'

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Witness Describes Vegas Police: 'In A World Where Everyone’s Kneeling, These Guys Stood Up'



The mass shooting at the country music concert in Las Vegas was one of the most horrible incidents that happened in America. A witness who was there has spoken about how the police responded to the attack which left nearly 60 people dead and more than 500 injured.

Russell Bleck is the witness who attended the festival where the shooting happened, and in an interview with NBC's 'Today' on Monday, he told Savannah Guthrie that the actions of local law enforcement were nothing short of admirable.

'I mean, just, God bless the police officers. I mean, in a world where everyone’s kneeling, these guys stood up and took — I mean, they knew what they were against and they ran toward the danger with just handguns. I mean, that’s real bravery right there.' - Bleck said.

'There’s no telling how many (people the police) saved.' - Bleck added.


'Every second was a life lost. (The suspect) was just spraying the crowd of tens of thousands of people.' - Bleck added.



Russell Bleck told 'Today' that when the shooting started, the police officers and military veterans jumped in immediately to help the crowd of people who were at the concert.

'You saw a lot of ex-military just jump into gear. I saw guys plugging bullet holes with their fingers,' - Russell Bleck said, who meanwhile was in a VIP tent with his fiancée.

'While everyone else was crouching, police officers (were) standing up at targets, just trying to direct people, tell them where to go. The amount of bravery I saw there, words can’t describe what it was like.' - Bleck said.

Bleck was aware at the moment that the gunfire comes from an automatic weapon and described that the panic started when the people have realized that the popping sounds they were hearing weren’t firecrackers but came from a gunfire.

'That was an automatic rifle, without a doubt. He was just spraying the crowd. He was relentless. There was no stopping. You had five, maybe eight seconds to move from cover to cover to try to move and get out of there as he reloaded.' - he said.

'It was just absolute chaos and carnage.' - Russell Bleck concluded.

Share this everywhere and show everyone especially the kneelers, how BRAVE are our police officers and military veterans and how they risk their lives to save their fellow American citizens. America is enormously PROUD of these guys who serve our country with their lives. May God Bless you all!


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