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Security Guard Beaten - Poco

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With several parties wanting their cut (clients wanting to pay less for guards but still take the insurance savings by having SOMEONE there, Security companies hiring old, immigrant workers that will work for less than minimum wage so to keep more of the hourly cut), old men like this are left alone on darkened work sites that they have no business being on.

Not to take the blame off of the assailants, but really, why was this old man left there in the first place?

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I have friends who are close to the Bajwa family and they're spending all their time looking for these guys. They better hope the cops find them first, cause I highly doubt they'll live to see their next birthday if they're found by friends of the family.
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Unless security guards here change into being armed guards like on armored cars, it really doesn't matter who they have guarding a property. The guard is there to watch and report basically. Call the police if there is a problem, and for minor issues tell people to leave. 3 guys with metal bars attacking 1, it wouldn't have mattered if it was this 65 year old guy or not. If it was an armed guard, it's a different situation entirely, not many people would try and physically assault a guy that has a gun...

I don't care if it was a 25 year old guy working the site, when you get jumped from behind by multiple attackers, you're likely in trouble...

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If that's true then there's another potential motive.

In which case there's another lesson. If you happen to be the kind of person who has friends that will kill people that wrong you then you and your loved ones end up being a target for their enemies.

In which case I hope they do find those people and take care of business, and then they are caught getting even, the whole family conspiracy is found, and everyone goes to jail.

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this is so effing sick. they need to find these douchebags. i hate our laws. seriously, can't stand punks like this getting a slap on the wrist.

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I don't care if it was a 25 year old guy working the site, when you get jumped from behind by multiple attackers, you're likely in trouble...

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Unless he was targeted because he was old, couldn't put up much of a fight or run and would have a tough time identifying his attackers. If they had to attack one guy with three, they are probably not the most courageous.

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Part of the blame needs to go to so-called "Canuck" Security for putting this man in this position and it is a wonder things like this don't happen more often. As someone who has worked Security, I have seen so many fly-by-night East Indian Security companies recruit old men like this that 1) cannot defend themselves nevermind secure a site and 2) cannot speak English well enough to de-escalate a situation.

With several parties wanting their cut (clients wanting to pay less for guards but still take the insurance savings by having SOMEONE there, Security companies hiring old, immigrant workers that will work for less than minimum wage so to keep more of the hourly cut), old men like this are left alone on darkened work sites that they have no business being on.

Not to take the blame off of the assailants, but really, why was this old man left there in the first place?

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That's exactly what I was wondering, how on earth does a company think an unarmed, 65 year old man is going to be a successful security guard?

In addition to the attackers, his employers should be held liable to a certain extent.

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We need the death penalty for crimes like this.

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Probably would have happened regardless of who was on duty. Unless the guard was 6'5 and built like a tank, that may have discouraged the attackers. Of course when you see an old man, you see an easy target.

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Seeing that picture in the news article is heartbreaing. Wish him and his family the best and that those men are brought to justice.

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That's exactly what I was wondering, how on earth does a company think an unarmed, 65 year old man is going to be a successful security guard?

In addition to the attackers, his employers should be held liable to a certain extent.

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Breaks my heart to know what he went through. It's sickening that those losers did that... It blows my mind at how there is no limit on how bad humans can act. the horrid things human beings can do.

Hope he makes a full recovery. Glad he survived.

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