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‘I Want My Daddy:’ Incredible Body Cam Footage Shows Brave Cop Rescue Kidnapped Girl




Despite liberal leadership bashing law enforcement across the country, let’s not forget what they do for us on a daily basis. This incredible bodycam footage from one police officer in Louisville, Kentucky, takes the viewer through the dangerous process of approaching a suspect in a dark window-tinted car with zero idea of what danger will greet them.

Thankfully, after opening the door, the officer was able to save a 6-year-old girl who had been kidnapped while riding her bike. ABC News tweeted the video from the Louisville Police with the caption: “Louisville policy quickly found and rescued a young girl who was allegedly snatched from her bicycle and thrown in the back of a car. She was returned to her family and a suspect charged with kidnapping, officials said.”

Officer Jason Burba recounted the event saying, “when I approached the vehicle, I didn’t know what was going to be behind that door. The windows, the tint was so dark.” In the video the officer can be heard as he approaches the red sedan telling the suspect to “open the passenger door. Open the passenger door.”

Officer Burba then opens the door; seeing the child he tells the little girl “hello. It’s ok, come here. It’s ok.” The girl cries out “I want my daddy.” Thank god the girl was not physically harmed and the driver, 40-year-old Robby Wildt has been charged with kidnapping.

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  1. Mary Queen

    July 11, 2021 at 9:43 am

    God bless & keep safe our men & women in blue ..

  2. Tom Brannon

    July 11, 2021 at 11:32 am

    Any tint on car windows should be against the law. Manufacturers should not be allowed to add it.
    If you need tint, get sunglasses.
    Don’t whine about all your excuses of why you must have it.

  3. Patty Blevins

    July 11, 2021 at 11:44 am

    I pray they keep this evil man locked up. Louisville has a crazy demo mayor.

  4. Montie Craddock

    July 11, 2021 at 11:53 am

    During times when a culture is expected to accommodate and be more tolerant , corruption, violent and deviant behaviors are often tolerated as well . Unfortunately , the worst behaviors expressed more openly as well .

  5. Gigi

    July 11, 2021 at 1:16 pm

    OMGosh. How sad, with a happy ending. People are disgusting. What a sad world. Bless that little girl and her family. The police officer is a true hero! Thank you!

  6. Stephen

    July 11, 2021 at 2:17 pm

    Biden was ignorant before!! Now he struggles to complete sentence!!!

  7. Joyce Benjamin

    July 11, 2021 at 2:20 pm

    Thank you for all you do to keep us safe. Though a liberal that does not make me a cop hater. Just like all good cops don’t want to be linked with the bad cops, nor do all liberals want to be seen as cop haters.

  8. Jenn

    July 11, 2021 at 4:48 pm

    Yet another example of the many men and women in our incredibly amazing and invaluable police departments! ???? “God, bless them all, and protect them”. Amen ????
    ???????????????????????? Our Heroes! ????????????????????????

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Filming for Alec Baldwin’s Western Movie Ends After He Misfires Prop Gun Killing Director of Photography



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On the set filming the Western movie “Rust” actor Alec Baldwin accidentally discharged a prop firearm, killing the director of photography and injuring the film’s director. The 42-year-old woman, Halyna Hutchins, was airlifted to the University of New Mexico hospital where she was pronounced dead.

The director and second victim is 48-year-old Joel Souza who is receiving emergency care at Christus St. Vincent Medical Center. Production for the film, which Baldwin stars in and produces, has been put on hold.

The sheriff’s office of Santa Fe County, New Mexico, released a statement saying the shots were fired by a prop firearm that was discharged by Baldwin. The investigation is ongoing and authorities say no charges have been filed yet in this incident.

NPR reports detectives are continuing to interview witnesses and that “a spokesperson for Baldwin” said only that there was an accident on the set involving the misfire of a prop gun with blanks.

Local paper The Santa Few New Mexican reported Baldwin was seen Thursday outside the sheriff’s office in tears, but they were unable to get a comment from him.

NPR reports:

Deputies responded about 2 p.m. to the movie set at the Bonanza Creek Ranch after 911 calls came in of a person being shot on set, Rios said.

Filming for “Rust” was set to continue into early November, according to a news release from the New Mexico Film Office.

The movie is about a 13-year-old boy who is left to fend for himself and his younger brother following the death of their parents in 1880s Kansas, according to the Internet Movie Database website.

The teen goes on the run with his long-estranged grandfather (played by Baldwin) after the boy is sentenced to hang for the accidental killing of a local rancher.

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Got Lunch? Navy Nuclear Engineer Attempted to Hide Classified Docs in Peanut Butter Sandwich




One of the Navy’s nuclear engineers “with access to military secrets has been charged with trying to pass information about the design of American nuclear-powered submarines to someone he thought was a representative of a foreign government who turned out to be an undercover FBI agent, the Justice Department said Sunday” reports the Associated Press.

A criminal complaint has been filed against Jonathan Toebbe, 42, who was arrested with his wife, Diana, 45, in West Virginia. The Justice Department says Toebbe placed a removable memory card at a prearranged “dead drop”.

“The FBI recovered a blue memory card wrapped in plastic and placed between two slices of bread on a half of a peanut butter sandwich, court documents say. The records on the memory card included design elements and performance characteristics of Virginia-class submarine reactors” reports the AP.

Toebbe faces espionage-related charges for trying to sell government secrets to a contact he believed represented a foreign power for almost an entire year. The Navy declined to comment Sunday, and “the FBI says the scheme began in April 2020 when Jonathan Toebbe sent a package of Navy documents to a foreign government and wrote that he was interested in selling to that country operations manuals, performance reports and other sensitive information.”

Authorities say the FBI used Toebbe’s outreach to begin the almost yearlong operation. An undercover agent emailed with Toebbe for weeks and eventually sent him about $10,000 in cryptocurrency as a sign of good faith and trust.

Toebbe’s package had a return address in Pittsburgh and “Was obtained by the FBI last December through its legal attaché office in the unspecified foreign country” reports the AP. “The court documents don’ explain how the FBI came to receive the package or from whom.”

The package also included a letter that said, “I apologize for this poor translation into your language. Please forward this letter to your military intelligence agency. I believe this information will be of great value to your nation. This is not a hoax.”

Only weeks later, agents watched Toebbe make the drop at an agreed-upon location in West Virginia, “with Diana Toebbe appearing to serve as a lookout for her husband during a dead-drop operation for which the FBI paid $20,000.”

The Associated Press reports:

The Justice Department describes those submarines as “cruise missile fast-attack submarines, which incorporate the latest in stealth, intelligence gathering, and weapons systems technology.” The memory card also included a typed message that said, in part: “I hope your experts are very happy with the sample provided and I understand the importance of a small exchange to grow our trust.”

The FBI conducted similar dead-drop exchanges over the next several months, including one in August in eastern Virginia for which Toebbe was paid roughly $70,000. In that instance, prosecutors say, he concealed in a chewing gum package a memory card that contained schematic designs for the Virginia-class submarine.

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