Brian Murphy, who took 15 bullets while trying to save Sikh worshippers in Oak Creek, Wis., in 2012, now trains officers nationwide about Sikhism, a religion he said shares a core belief with law enforcement: “to protect and serve.”
Brian Murphy, who took 15 bullets while trying to save Sikh worshippers in Oak Creek, Wis., in 2012, now trains officers nationwide about Sikhism, a religion he said shares a core belief with law enforcement: “to protect and serve.” Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
Brian Murphy, who took 15 bullets while trying to save Sikh worshippers in Oak Creek, Wis., in 2012, now trains officers nationwide about Sikhism, a religion he said shares a core belief with law enforcement: “to protect and serve.” Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com

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May 24, 2015 05:23 PM

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