Originally published at: https://www.hannity.com/media-room/good-and-evil-jewish-doctors-nurses-rushed-to-save-synagogue-shooter/
A team of Jewish doctors and nurses at Allegheny General Hospital rushed to save the life of alleged Synagogue shooter Robert Bowers over the weekend; tending to the suspect after he opened fire at a nearby House of Worship and killed eleven people.
According to Fox News, “Robert Bowers, 46, was shot multiple times himself and taken to AGH. In addition to killing eight men and three women, he wounded six other people, including four police officers, before surrendering Saturday.”
“He was taken to my hospital and he’s shouting, ‘I want to kill all the Jews’,” Dr. Jeffrey Cohen, president of Allegheny General Hospital and a member of the Tree of Life Synagogue said. “The first three people who took care of him were Jewish.”
“We are here to take care of sick people. We’re not here to judge you. We’re not here to ask ‘Do you have insurance or do you not have insurance?’ We’re here to take care of people who need our help,” he added.
“I said I’m Dr. Cohen, president of the hospital. Then I turned around and left,” said Cohen. “The FBI agent who was guarding him said, ‘I don’t know if I could have done that.’ And I said, ‘If you were in my shoes, I’m sure you could.’”
Read the full story at Fox News.