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Best Answer Janis Leslie Evans says
Yeah,I agree with you.He is a very good man.
Catherine Tally says
I heard that feeding the homeless has been banned in major cities all over America.police officer is supposed not to take care of him,but he challenged the law.He is very brave.It s really very sad t see country is being taken over by control freaks.
It started in Philadelphia. There are now some city ordinances against feeding large groups of homeless
in public areas rather than shelters, but a group can be 5 people. Churches which often provide the meals, are fighting against these new rules.
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There is an Arab proverb says:people are like metals.We know metals differ from each other. Some of them are precious and others worthless. Similar is the case of the people’s conduct and actions.
The amazing thing is they dont do what they are supposed to .
I don t think so.He did it from the bottom of his heart.He is a compassionate man.
Thumb up JThomp42.I agree with you.
Thank you James!
Hillman the homeless man expressed gratitude for DePrimo's generosity, but is frustrated that the photo was shared so widely without his permission. "What do I get?" he asked. "This went around the world, and I want a piece of the pie."
He is right.What does he get?Nothing but what does NYPD get?Good reputation.
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