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As the footage of the violent brawl between guests of the Disneyland resort continues to make headlines, one of the guys who have stepped up to take action is to talk about why it is necessary for the action to be taken.
“My instinct was that it [the conflict] should not be allowed to happen, and something needed to be done now,” said Jason Blair, of El Paso, a high school football coach, who can be seen trying to keep up with one of the men involved in the melee.
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“I saw the children there. I just didn’t feel like I had to get in there and break it.”
Blair, who was visiting the park with his family, appeared on Tuesday night’s edition of “The Ingraham Angle” to explain its decision to get involved in, rather than having to take a step back and the film, like so many of the other parkgoers.
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“This fight is like, and if you look at the video, I think it’s over, like, four minutes,” said Blair, who admitted that he did not see what started the debate, and only became aware of the seriousness, as he looked “for a man to beat a lady.”
“But the man was very violent, and, you know, he was furious. However, he was not only an attack on women. And I certainly am not going to stand for that.”
Images of the battle, which took place on Saturday in the Toontown section of Disneyland, and shows a man punching a woman, allegedly his sister, after she spits on him during a heated argument between her and another man. The two men are seen fighting each other to the other man, too, takes a new wife can be seen in the video, believed to be in retaliation.
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At various points in the video, He can be seen trying to keep the man away from the rest of the people who are involved in the conflict. And as for the man who is attacking another woman and threw her to the ground and punching her repeatedly while she’s down, but He’s one of the few that is fighting to shake it off.
Park officials are also to be seen to respond to the client and the server, as the footage ends.
“I don’t know what their protocols are, to the extent that the safety, but hey, it took me a long, long time,” He said.
“It’s one of the things that I preach to my kids, and I preach to my team that I coach. You know what I mean? Do the right thing, get in the car.”
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He said that his mother and brother were the ones who taught him “to do the things that are good, and it is a lesson that he is trying to bring in the younger generation.
“It’s one of the things that I preach to my kids, and I preach to my team that I coach. You know what I mean? Do the right thing, come on,” He said. “There are some small segments that you are able to step in and be a hero, but we need to help our fellow human beings, and not act as a deterrent for him, and for him to shoot a video, and a mobile phone. For me, that was mind-boggling.”
“The Ingraham Angle,” the host, Laura Ingraham ended the segment is from tony Blair, as a true role model both on and off the field.
“I saw the children there. I just didn’t feel like I had to get in there and break anything,” Jason Blair, said on Tuesday night’s “Ingraham Angle.”
Earlier this week, a spokesman for Disneyland confirmed that the group was removed from the park after the fight.
“Any kind of violence is inexcusable and will not be tolerated,” said Liz Jaeger, a Disneyland Resort spokesman. “The parties concerned have been immediately removed from the premises and handed over to the Anaheim Police Department.”
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The police added that the group was not cooperative when they responded to the scene. No charges were filed at the scene, including the police, to say that they were not aware of the seriousness of the violation, until a video surfaced online the next day.
“They will have to follow in order to see if any criminal charges can be filed,” and the Anaheim Police Department confirmed to Fox News on Monday.