After two disabled people reported being robbed at knifepoint in Vancouver, a police officer went undercover as a paralyzed man in a wheelchair hoping to catch the perpetrators of these crimes. He sat at a busy street corner, looking for the worst in humanity. Instead, he found the best.
In the video below, Staff Sgt. Mark Horsley takes on the role of a paralyzed person with a brain injury, confined to a wheelchair. The officer expected people to take advantage of him or maybe even rob him. But what happened next inspired an entire community.
There are many people in the world who treat others with respect and compassion. Unfortunately, we usually see news stories about those doing bad things. Stories like this may not be in the 5 o’clock newscast, but it’s worth SHARING.