View Full Version : Who said Mexicans aren't hero's.


Cuauhtémoc1520
08-18-2011, 09:28 AM
http://news.yahoo.com/father-2-becomes-hero-abducted-girls-rescue-073823983.html

baya
08-18-2011, 09:31 AM
****en man right there. hopefully his wife did the right thing later and blew him something awesome then made him a sandwich and not force him to tell her how she did on the blow job.

love reading ***** like this.

bigdlb12
08-18-2011, 10:02 AM
http://www.wfaa.com/news/local/Plano-boy-recognized-for-saving--127534698.html

no joke man, check out this boy saved a baby from drowning here in Dallas, Jerry Jones even called him up and gave him and his dad tickets to the cowboy game in his suite

Luffy
08-18-2011, 12:19 PM
http://news.yahoo.com/father-2-becomes-hero-abducted-girls-rescue-073823983.html

I saw a news article where an arizona man who was blind was cured he got his sight back thanks to a mexican scientist in queretaro

bigsmoothh
08-18-2011, 12:46 PM
great stuff guys.......

Slick Ric
08-18-2011, 07:39 PM
And the saddest part of your post is that it's gonna get buried along side the story.........:nonono: this kat deserves to be honored for what he did....had this been about a Mexican doing something bad everyone would be all up in the mix........but because it shows us in a good light it's gonna get little to no play and then that's it..........

Mad props to this kat though no lie!!!


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Father of 2 becomes hero in abducted girl's rescue
APBy SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN - Associated Press | AP – Wed, Aug 17, 2011

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Antonio Diaz Chacon stands outside his home as reporters prepare to interview him about his efforts to save a 6-year-old girl who was abducted in Albuquerque, N.M., on Aug. 16, 2011. (AP Photo/Susan Montoya Bryan)

Antonio Diaz Chacon stands outside his home as reporters prepare to interview him …
Martha Diaz and her husband Antonio Diaz Chacon talk to reporters about Diaz Chacon's efforts to save a 6-year-old girl who was abducted in Albuquerque, N.M., on Aug. 16, 2011. (AP Photo/Susan Montoya Bryan)

Martha Diaz and her husband Antonio Diaz Chacon talk to reporters about Diaz Chacon's …

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — The timing was just right for saving the life of a 6-year-old girl and for turning a 24-year-old mechanic and father of two young daughters into a hero.

It was coincidence that Antonio Diaz Chacon had come home from work early to spend time with his family Monday afternoon. It was also a coincidence that the family's washing machine had just gone out, forcing them to do laundry a block down the road at a relative's home.

Had it not been for that, Diaz Chacon wouldn't have been there to see the girl thrown into a van as another neighbor yelled for the would-be kidnapper to let the child go.

Diaz Chacon is credited with saving the girl after chasing the van through a maze of neighborhoods to the edge of where Albuquerque's sprawling housing developments meet the desert. It was there where the van crashed into a pole, the suspect fled and Diaz Chacon was able to rescue the girl and take her home.

He didn't think twice about his actions.

"The way he grabbed her and threw her into the van, I knew it wasn't right," he said, as a swarm of media stood outside his home Tuesday night to hear his story. The events were interpreted and relayed from Spanish to English by his wife.

"I knew I had to catch him. I had to get the girl back from him and take her home, back where she belongs," he said.

It all happened so fast on a sidewalk in the normally quiet mobile home park, where even on the evening after the abduction kids played freely in the streets on their bikes and push scooters as food vendors sold roasted corn and other snacks.

A pair of 911 calls came in quick succession.

On one, a frantic 12-year-old says her little sister is missing. On the other is Diaz Chacon's wife, Martha.

"We are outside of my mom's house here," she told the dispatcher. "We heard a man going, 'Hey, hey let her go. Let her go.' So we turn around ...

"The man came running to us and said, 'They stole a little girl.'"

Phillip Garcia, 29, had snatched the girl moments earlier, taking her away in a blue van, police said.

Diaz Chacon jumped in his black pickup and gave chase.

It wasn't until the van crashed and the driver got out that any sense of fear set in for Diaz Chacon.

"When he got down I was thinking, what if he has a gun," he said.

Garcia fled on foot, and Diaz Chacon reached the girl and told her he would take her home. Garcia then returned to his wrecked van and took off but was later captured by police, authorities said.

Hidden under a rock just 25 feet from the van was packing tape and a tie-down strap, police said.

Inside the impounded van were tostadas, a glove, a Leatherman tool, a black satchel, orange strapping similar to the strap found hidden under the rock, police said.

"This little girl was very lucky," police Sgt. Tricia Hoffman said. "We can only guess what would have happened to this child."

"Throughout the county we see situations like this and they do not end typically well," she said.

Police were among those who called Diaz Chacon a hero.

One of his daughters even shared the news about her dad's heroic actions with friends at school on Tuesday.

Diaz Chacon said he was proud to help. While he was chasing the van, he said, he thought of his own two girls — one 7 years old, the other 5 months — and how he would want someone to do the same for him.

"I told him 'I don't know how you could do it, just go after him, not knowing where he's going, what he's going to do?" his wife said. "But he saved a life." Garcia was charged with kidnapping, child abuse and tampering with evidence. Hoffman said Garcia is from Albuquerque and had a revoked license but she was unsure if he had a criminal record.

Garcia immediately "lawyered up," declining to give any statement to authorities, Hoffman said. Garcia remained jailed and no lawyer had yet been listed as taking the case, according to court officials.

There have not been any other recent child abductions or attempted abductions in the city, Hoffman said.

The girl told police she had gone to a neighbor's to pick up some tostadas and was walking home when the van stopped and the man grabbed her.

"She went to go to the neighbor's and on her way back we don't know what happened to her. ... When she was coming back or on her way, she just like disappeared," her sister said in the 911 call.

The girl was grabbed with such force, police said, that bruising had already begun to appear on her chest and back Monday evening. The girl told police the man put his hand over her mouth and she bit him.

She said the man shoved her on the floorboard to keep her head under the window view, according to the police report. She told police there were no backseats in the van and described other details consistent with the impounded van, police said.

She also described rolling in the van when it crashed, and breaking a fingernail. Police said they found what appeared to be a piece of fingernail in the van.

During her interview, police said the girl was concerned that she was unable to bring the tostadas home because she had left them in the van.

The Diazes said the girl's family had thanked them on Monday, saying they would always be grateful for what the young father had done.

Martha Diaz said she was grateful what could have been a parent's worst nightmare was not realized that day.

"Everything just worked out," she said, referring to the perfect timing of that afternoon.

"Even now we say, 'What if, what if we hadn't seen him? What if he would have been two minutes earlier.'"

___

Associated Press writer Jeri Clausing in Albuquerque, N.M., contributed to this report.

TheMexHurricane
08-18-2011, 07:47 PM
FOH!!! I'm the #1 glorious Mexican hero, homeboy!!!!:sombrero::sombrero:

TheMexHurricane
08-18-2011, 07:51 PM
This act of heroism was done by me!!! It has become blatantly obvious that AOL and boxingscene are conspiring to steal my rightful glory.:fu2::fu2::fu2:

TheMexHurricane
08-18-2011, 07:54 PM
I've got to take a massive and very urgent **** in case anybody was wondering. I'm "prairie dogging"(think of a prairie dog sticking his head outa his hole in the dirt and then quickly sticking it back in) like a mofo.

TheMexHurricane
08-18-2011, 07:57 PM
I gotta fart real bad too but it's a "gambler"---might be just a fart but it might also come with some ****, foo. LOL!

Luffy
08-18-2011, 10:43 PM
**** the racist main stream media **** fox news **** beck and oreilly and hannity ****em all :fu2:

Luffy
08-18-2011, 10:47 PM
Sorry just had to get my **** on ala 2pac

Check_hooks
08-18-2011, 10:48 PM
Well the guy who saved the girl was a hero but the guy trying to kidnap her was also mexican so how can you try to spin this as Mexicans are heros when this whole situation wouldn't of happened if the kidnapping mexican wasn't a douchebag?

There are good and bad people of every race.

MANIAC310
08-18-2011, 10:53 PM
Well the guy who saved the girl was a hero but the guy trying to kidnap her was also mexican so how can you try to spin this as Mexicans are heros when this whole situation wouldn't of happened if the kidnapping mexican wasn't a douchebag?

There are good and bad people of every race.

and the scary thing is Mexicans haven't even reach our prime yet.
I bet we could wobble vitali if we really wanted to

theplayerpimp
08-18-2011, 11:20 PM
Well the guy who saved the girl was a hero but the guy trying to kidnap her was also mexican so how can you try to spin this as Mexicans are heros when this whole situation wouldn't of happened if the kidnapping mexican wasn't a douchebag?

There are good and bad people of every race.
dog eater this is the latino lounge you are not welcome here gtfo and go suk mannys dick in the dog eater lounge.:fu2:

Cuauhtémoc1520
08-19-2011, 12:24 PM
Well the guy who saved the girl was a hero but the guy trying to kidnap her was also mexican so how can you try to spin this as Mexicans are heros when this whole situation wouldn't of happened if the kidnapping mexican wasn't a douchebag?

There are good and bad people of every race.

That wasn't the point of the thread. If you look at most right wing media (mostly Foxnews) they constantly talk about how undocumented workers are committing crimes. They show story after story of these people doing bad stuff.

What they don't tell you are the facts which I have posted on here a million fukin times. Those are that the crime among undocumented workers is LESS than the national average. Of course they paint these people out to be criminals to get the opposition all riled up.

That's why you have people like Storm and idiots like Border Patrol with false information and numbers. It's important to educate one's self before making a decision or giving an opinion.

Do undocumented people commit crime? Of course but they do it at a less percentage and stories like this are important because it also shows that everyone IS the same which is essentially the point you made but happen to misunderstand the thread's purpose.

Big Op
08-19-2011, 04:48 PM
Well the guy who saved the girl was a hero but the guy trying to kidnap her was also mexican so how can you try to spin this as Mexicans are heros when this whole situation wouldn't of happened if the kidnapping mexican wasn't a douchebag?

There are good and bad people of every race.
and how do you know this as a fact? for all we know he could be central american or south american.