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Bikers come to the rescue of bullied 5-year-old girl
Bikers might look tough...but these bikers have a heart of gold!
Mary Rose Garra
04.19.21

Do you know someone who enjoys riding a motorcycle?

We see them as wild, big, burly bikers dressed in black.

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They may appear dark and dangerous. We often associate them with bullying. They’re the kind of people no one wants to mess with.

However, like any other human, they too have feelings.

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That’s exactly what this group of Albuquerque bikers came to a 5-year-old girl’s rescue.

The team is called the “Punishers LEMC” from Albuquerque (abbreviated as ABQ) — the most populous city in the U.S. state of New Mexico.

Meet the biker gang determined to support an Albuquerque girl who was bullied on her way home from school.

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How they rode to the rescue?

The squad which included military veterans and retired police officers, teamed up with a local self-defense group Shockwave to help a young girl in desperate need.

Aaron Holmes, one of the biker group members said that,

“We were asked to talk to a young lady that was a victim of bullying.”

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Despite their looks, the bikers confronted the local girl and they gave her great advice to keep strong and how to deal with bullies!

The President of the Punishers said,

“Yeah, we were all pretty soft-hearted. I’m actually a nurse.”

Some of the viewers couldn’t believe it and are delighted to hear what he mentioned.

“”I’m actually a nurse” I love this dude,” commented one.

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The other one wrote,

““I’m actually a nurse” that killed me.”

The victim is only five years old and has a mental disability.

According to her mother, she was walking home from school when some neighborhood kids attacked her and beaten her up.

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When the Punishers heard of the story, they stepped in to help.

“We bounded up all the bikes and we rode over to the little girl’s house and just said, Hi!”

The group claims they developed a special bond with the girl once she warmed up to them.

“We told her, you know that we’re always there for no matter what.”

What lovely words they have promised!

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They left her with a powerful message to always stand up for herself.

As a result, they felt proud.

Their story got wonderful responses from all over the world.

“This is the kind of story that gives you back your faith in people after hearing too many unpleasant stories.
A bunch of nice guys !! ❤”

Another one left a remark,

“They might look big and scary but man… They have the sweetest hearts if you actually meet them 😂❤”

Please welcome our newest chapter in New Mexico. Patch in for Three Crosses Chapter out of Las Cruces, NM

Posted by Punishers LEMC New Mexico onSaturday, January 25, 2020

In the end, the president expressed his thoughts,

“Emotionally, it was a good feeling.”

The Punishers L.E.M.C. is a “Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club whose members consist of current Law Enforcement, retired Law Enforcement, Firefighters, active EMS personnel, active and retired Military and a select few like-minded individuals who possess the highest moral and ethical values; uncompromised integrity, trust, and dedication.”

It’s a motorcycle club, not a biker gang. The group also sponsors a minor league team in Albuquerque.

Their desire and goal are “to feel the freedom of the wind in our face, and help those who aren’t fortunate enough to have that same feeling!”

Watch the uplifting story of the group in the video below!

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By Mary Rose Garra
hi@sbly.com
Mary Rose Garra is a contributor at SBLY Media.
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