Jones says that because of his arrest, he’s on “a list” that prohibits him from working with children, because he has “a history of interjecting myself into situations that are dangerous.”
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These heroes refuse to stand by and do nothing when someone is in need of help, whether it be a brawl fight or the homeless needing supplies.
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“Superheroes” from Seattle’s Rain City Superhero Movement have struck again, this time helping a stranded motorist.
Phoenix Jones, the Guardian of Seattle, grabbed headlines this week after he stopped a car robbery in progress.
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Phoenix Jones agreed, saying that crimefighting wasn’t for the weak-hearted
Phoenix said since he started his crime-fighting crusade nine months ago, he’s been stabbed, and had a gun pulled on him a few times, but received no serious injuries.
“I symbolize that the average person doesn’t have to walk around and see bad things and do nothing,”