Sweet Tribute To Fallen Police Officers

A 12-year-old Nova Scotia boy’s tribute to the police officers killed Friday in Fredericton has been viewed more than 375-thousand times on Facebook. Josh Cochrane of Yarmouth Nova Scotia wanted to do something to help comfort the grieving community, so he wrote and recorded a song to the tune
of Leonard Cohen’s  “Hallelujah,” called  “A Police Hallelujah.”  Josh believes music heals people and says he received responses from grieving people across the country, including a colleague of
Constables Robb Costello and Sara Mae Burns. (The Canadian Press)

Check out the heartfelt video below:

 

Josh wanted to do something in honor of those who lost their lives in the shootings in Fredericton today. So, he changed a few words and came up with this song.He may only be 12 but he has a huge heart. Well done Josh I am sure the families will know you are thinking of them even though your music cut out in the very end. <3A Police Hallelujah by Josh Cochrane#itsnotweaktospeak#heroesarehuman#itsoktonotbeokWww.TEMA.CA if you just want to talk about what happened please know you're not alone. Look up TEMA an amazing group there is always someone ready to listen and guide you if you need or want help. #yourenotalone#ProudCanadiansDoProudThings

Posted by Ann Harrington on Friday, August 10, 2018

 

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