Four Jewish teens helped to save the life of a Massachusetts man with a swastika tattoo. The four boys happened to be walking past a reservoir when they saw a body in the water. The teens also spotted a nearby patrol car driven by a Boston College police officer. The officer rushed down the embankment, where he saw the unidentified man’s body partially submerged in the reservoir and motionless. As he pulled the man out of the water he noticed the anti-Semitic symbol on the victim’s hand — and he felt the boys should know about it.
… The man was sent to a hospital and is expected to recover. The Jewish teens had a message for the man they helped to save, and the cop made sure it was delivered: “They wanted just to let him know that it was four young Jewish boys that helped save his life. A good deed is a good deed and that’s part of life. We should be helping everybody out.”