Cops Are BAD? Trio Tries To Kill Cop, Other Cop SAVES One Of Them From BURNING To Death


The Obama administration, BLM, and most leftists want us to think cops are “bad.” Since Black Lives Matter started, there has been an concerted effort by Democrats to denigrate our men & women in blue.

Well, here’s a serious piece of mercy that SHOULD turn heads.

Last week, Chase Sukert, 24, was traveling down Interstate 90 in Roslyn, Washington. He was going 122 mph. Actually, he wasn’t “traveling,” he was attempting to elude Washington State Trooper, Darin Fehlhafer.

Sukert tried to exit the interstate at high speed, only to lose control of his 1997 Mercedes. He crashed into a semi trailer that was parked near the exit ramp. Sukert’s Mercedes caught fire.


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Fehlhafer sprang to action, quickly pulling the injured Sukert from the burning wreckage. In a statement released on June 9th, Washington State Patrol said Fehlhafer put “his own life at risk” in order to save the 24-year-old.

State Trooper Darin Fehlhafer pulled badly injured Chase Sukert from his burning Mercedes
State Trooper Darin Fehlhafer pulled badly injured Chase Sukert from his burning Mercedes on June 9th

The kicker? Sukert was out on bail for being an accessory to attempted murder of a cop. Last October, Sukert was paid to transport a large amount of marijuana from Seattle to Illinois. Three others were in the vehicle, including the drug dealer who paid Sukert.

South Dakota State Trooper Zachary Bader was beaten and left for dead during a traffic stop last October
South Dakota State Trooper Zachary Bader was beaten and left for dead during a traffic stop last October
The Chevy Suburban Sukert was driving was pulled over by South Dakota State Trooper Zachary Bader, Rapid City Journal reports.

Bader took Sukert to his cruiser and put him inside. Sukert gave Bader permission to search the vehicle. Upon inspecting the Suburban, Bader noticed the smell of marijuana. Bader then ordered the three passengers out of the vehicle, and told them to stand in a ditch. He resumed his search.

Dash cam video from Bader’s patrol car shows that he found something in the rear of the Suburban. Bader then went to arrest one of the three who were on the side of the road. A struggle could be heard on the video, although Bader was out of view of the camera.

The Journal reports: “a witness called the 911 dispatch center to report that four or five people were attacking Bader.”

Bader was left for dead, and two of the passengers can be seen on the video running back to the Suburban. A police report notes that, “a male voice is heard to say ‘go to sleep” (to Bader). Sukert then exited Bader’s patrol car, and joined the other three.

Bader spent two weeks in the hospital where he was treated for skull fractures among other injuries.

Trooper Bader and family
Trooper Bader and family

The drug dealer who paid Sukert is Donald Willingham, 34, of Renton, Washington. He is the one who police suspect told Bader to “go to sleep,” and the main perpetrator in the attack.

The other two involved in the attack are Sukert’s sister, Desiree, 26, and Jonathan Melendez, 22.

Willingham is facing attempted murder charges for the beating of Bader. The other three, including Sukert, were charged as accessories. They all pled guilty.

Sukert faces up to 20 years in prison. His sentencing is in September, according to CBS News.

I can see liberal heads exploding, now. It doesn’t fit their narrative. A cop, saving a person who is an accessory to attempted murder. Attempted murder of a cop, nonetheless.

The left wants us to believe cops are “bad…” The case of State Trooper Darin Fehlhafer is another example of why they’re not.

Stick that in your craw & chew for awhile, cop haters.

By Jeff Rainforth
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Jeff was the national rally organizer to free Marine Sgt. Tahmooressi from the Mexican prison, chairman emeritus of Ross Perot’s Reform Party of California, and a former candidate for governor. Jeff is editor-in-chief at Freedom Daily. He wrote for former Hollywood talent agent & Breitbart contributor, Pat Dollard, and headed up his 30 person research team. Mr. Rainforth also wrote for the Wayne Dupree Show. Jeff is single & says he is not gay.