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What do you think of this testimony?

It is a video from the BBC. It's about a father whose son died in an heroic way. It is in Spanish, but with English subtitles. For those who are learning Spanish could be interesting:

https://www.bbc.com/news/video_and_audio/headlines/44333451/london-bridge-attack-spanish-skateboard-hero-s-dad-pays-tribute

Jun 3, 2018 6:21 PM
Comments · 5
Wow. He was very brave and selfless to save another human being. He sounds like a humanitarian and it seemed as if he had a big heart. I believe he had a very noble death and not many of us can say that about a lot of people nowadays. I can't say I could want to even try to interfere if I saw that happening to someone else but I would try to maybe throw something at the attackers. It's really a shame the world is full of evil people and the good have to suffer or die in this case because of these peole. The evil get to live and the good die.

I hope his father can find peace in knowing he has a noble son and live his life well.
June 4, 2018
He was definitely a hero.
June 3, 2018
He might be a hero, but he is a terrible son for his father, because he killed his own father mentally and made him live in tremendous pain all his life. For me, he is not a hero at all, but just unfilial child.
June 4, 2018
That was very emotional.
June 4, 2018

Wow, I am sorry. I put this discussion some months ago. Then I went to Rome some weeks, and I forgot to comment.

Thank you for your comments. I agree with you all. I think that this guy did'nt have the time to think of the possible consequences of what he did. He only wanted to help others. For me it is something to admire. His father, in the video, showed a mix of pain and veneration for what his son did, but my opinion is that the strongest feeling was that of veneration.

July 28, 2018