Yesterday, a radical Islamic refugee committed a horrific act at the campus of Ohio State University, and thanks to the efforts of Officer Alan Horujko he was promptly dispatched from earth.
The terrorist drove his vehicle through a group of innocent students then jumped out of the vehicle and began stabbing them, only to be delivered the taxpayer relief shot from the heroic officer. Horujko was well prepared for the incident and didn’t hesitate to drop the terror suspects, and it turns out there’s a really good, and really ironic reason why.
Horujko was featured in a video released by the OSH Police Department in which it was demonstrated how to handle such an event. It’s titled, “Surviving an Active Shooter,” and it was made over a year ago, and the training that was shown in it proved quite useful as Horujko sprang into action on Monday.
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The Cincinnati, Ohio, native was in prime, prepared condition to take control of today’s horrific moment, based on a video uncovered by IJR. In a chilling twist of events, Officer Horujko was featured in a ‘Surviving an Active Shooter’ training video made by the Ohio State campus administration just over a year ago.
In a training video aimed at helping students and campus workers prepare for an active shooter, Horujko and his fellow officers can be seen confronting a violent, armed man.
In one scene, Horujko runs to a police car, responding to a call much like he did today.
In another, he has a handgun drawn and is confronting a violent young man on campus with a team of other armed officers.
In the training video, the man surrenders and lies on the ground.
Horujko puts him in cuffs and leads him out to a waiting police car as the credits roll.
Pretty cool, isn’t it? Thankfully he had the proper training to make the split-second decision that saved lives.
There’s no doubt he’s a hero.