Here's an amazing story of a Huck’s Heroine, Koeberle Bull of Lumberton. As any mom would, she got upset when some crazy stranger on Facebook left threatening racist comments on a photo of her children. But she didn’t just block him. She had a “gut feeling” that something was wrong with that guy, and she went to work to find out more. It wasn’t easy – he lived over 650 miles away in Kentucky and he’d blocked her from his Facebook account – but by contacting people with access to his page, she learned who he was and that he’d posted other disturbing messages and photos of himself holding a gun.
So Bull contacted local police, who to their great credit took her call seriously and went straight to his home to check it out. They found in his possession “a firearm, over 200 rounds of ammunition, a Kevlar vest, a 100-round high capacity magazine and a detailed plan of attack” on a local school.
Some are calling Bull’s gut feeling “Divine intervention.” I wouldn’t argue against it. But let’s also give plenty of credit to her, for her dogged “mom’s intervention.” She saw something, and she said something. She didn’t stop digging even when it was inconvenient, and she likely saved countless lives. Imagine what might have happened if the police and school officials in Parkland, Florida, had been as determined to protect children as she was.
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