Sus Lennhart... Surely your not suggesting we "reward" them for being victims? The basis of this post is to showcase and promote a selfless and courageous act of heroism that resulted in their freedom. To which McDonalds wants to show their support and appreciation. This "what about me" attitude (or in this case the victims has nothing to do here) Last I heard they (the victims) were receiving medical attention which would include psychological. Our society does not shun or dismiss our victims of criminal behavior, we just don't normally confuse their treatment with that of celebrating our heroes
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