Stella Dimoko Six Prisoners Get Reduced Sentences For Saving A Life


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Monday, June 26, 2017

Six Prisoners Get Reduced Sentences For Saving A Life

On Monday June 12th Sheriff Johnny Moats got a call that scared the shit out of him....He envisaged the day ending in disaster but instead,it took a turn for the better...

On that Monday, an especially humid day in Georgia, six inmates were out doing maintenance work on the grounds of a local cemetery when the deputy sheriff assigned to guard them suddenly collapsed from the heat.

As the officer lost consciousness, the six inmates surely could have run. They could have taken the fallen officer's pistol to aid in their escape. They could have even driven away in the work van, perhaps crossing state lines before anyone noticed. Instead, however, the six men jumped into action and saved the deputy sheriff's life.

Thinking quickly, one of the inmates used the deputy's cellphone to dial 911. Others removed his bulletproof vest in an attempt to cool the officer off and render it easier for emergency personnel to perform CPR once they arrived.

"When that happened, in my opinion, it wasn't about who is in jail and who wasn't," Greg Williams, one of the inmates, told WXIA in Atlanta. "It was about a man going down, and we had to help him."

Help him, they did. The deputy, who reportedly lost consciousness due to complications from a brain surgery he had 10 years ago, has fully recovered. And now, as a way of saying thanks, the Polk County Sheriff's Office is helping them right back.

Sheriff Moats is recommending that the six inmates, who are all nonviolent offenders, receive reduced sentences for their good deed. Some may even be released with time served.

In the meantime, the department threw the six men a pizza party in the park, complete with homemade desserts from the family of the officer they saved.

It's a sweet ending, made all the sweeter because everyone involved knows what could have happened had the inmates reacted differently.

"As we watched the horrific manhunt this week of the two inmates that killed two Correctional Officers and were captured last night," the Polk County Sheriff's Office wrote in a post on Facebook after the lunch, referring to the violent escape of Georgia inmates Donnie Rowe and Ricky Dubose, "we all know that Monday could have ended differently for our Officer. We are very proud of the actions of all 6 inmates involved."

From CBS

*I guess they learned their lessons,if they had run and are caught,they will added years to their sentences....congrats to them Ojare.


  1. Or they are just nice people with a gud heart

  2. Na pipu wer dey beta prizun fit do dart wan...

    See as em be na, lukin fraish.

    Non of dem dey on boxa,
    Non of dem dey weer troser incide-out.

    1. Hahaha... Villager. Na really people wey dey beta prison.

  3. They could have cared less and watch the sheriff die, but instead they did good.

  4. Wow. It just helps reinforce my belief that nobody should be given up on(except some idiots from hell)

  5. This is why I looove America
    See prisoners naa, looking big and healthy
    They have food, warm baths, health insurance, single beds etc
    See their clothes and shoes are clean and complete. They even have sun glasses lol
    America - the only place in the world that maintains the standards of human dignity
    Now its even animal dignity they are fighting for, muah

  6. If they were serving a jail sentence in one of the Nigerian prisons and this happens, my dear them for think twice.


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