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Georgia police rescue suicidal father, in the dramatic imagery of the bodycam: “Drop the knife, and…well, you son, you’ll be able

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A Georgia police officer is called to a house earlier this summer, I was able to convince a suicidal father, the blade he wanted to use it in order to put an end to his life, and the dramatic footage shows.

The Henry County Police Department, which is placed on a portion of the 25 minutes of footage from the bodycam, July 28 the life-saving incident, edited to protect the troubled man’s true identity.

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“Drop the knife,” said the officer, who authorities said knew the guy from an earlier interaction, said. “Do you want to see your son?”

WARNING: DISTURBING IMAGES

“I’m…I’m not going to,” the father with a knife in his chest on the kitchen floor, dealt with.

“Think of your son,” the officer said, showing a picture on his cell phone, his 1-year-old boy. “I know how much you love your son…he needs you. Don’t do this to him.”

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He added, “now, your life is really hard. There’s a better way, and it will be, but you just can’t give up.”

As soon as he put the knife down, the officers ran up to him and transported him to a medical treatment facility.

“You’re not being arrested,” the officer concluded. “You did the right thing today, OKAY?”

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The police have said that Facebook, in it’s recently been removed from the video, “it’s probably due to the inclusion of a suicide”, after they have been posted in the previous week. It was published soon after.

“We believe that this video was hard to watch, but it is important to learn from it,” the ministry wrote in a post online. “The way in which our staff interact with the young man is an example for all to follow.”

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The officers are trained in de-escalation techniques, mental health first aid, the department said.

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