If I were to shoot a police dog I'd be charged with a felony, yet the police are constantly entering the wrong property and murdering Joe the tax
payers loyal companion, and furry family member, with little or no consequence.
Welcome to the police of the NWO.
I have two uncles that retired from the police force in CA, both patrolled very dangerous areas. They'd both been growled at, snapped at and even
charged by the animal in some cases, but in all their years of service neither ever felt the need to shoot a family dog. They both said that when they
were on the force they were trained to assess the situation, and think before shooting. They said "most dogs are scared of strangers, they bark and
growl to protect their pack and their territory and in most cases unless they feared I was a direct threat to their master (handcuffing) they
wouldn't bite. Most owners when asked are more than happy to remove their dogs, or step out of their yards for an arrest if it will keep their
animals from being a victim of animal control. Again It's about remaining calm and assessing the situation."
That's a far cry from the shoot first ask questions later mentality that the police have have been taught for the past ten years.
Don't think this can't happen to you? The links I've posted are all from innocent people who had dogs murdered by the new, trigger happy, nwo,
cowboy cops. Except the puppy who was chased into a burning building, his owner had traffic violations.
Is this the kind of person you want pulling over your teenager coming home after dark?
Maricopa County, Arizona, In 2004 SWAT teams conducted a bumbling raid in a Phoenix suburb. Among other weapons, it used tear gas and an armored
personnel carrier that later rolled down the street and smashed into a car. The operation ended with the targeted home in flames and exactly one
suspect in custody--for outstanding traffic violations.
But for all that, the image that sticks in your head, as described by John Dougherty in the alternative weekly Phoenix New Times, is that of a puppy
trying to escape the fire and a SWAT officer chasing him back into the burning building with puffs from a fire extinguisher. The dog burned to
Rocky the Lab shot in the back of the
mistakenly pulled them over as robbery suspects, then shot and killed their dog as it bounded from the car wagging it's tail.
[url=http://donttasemeblog.com/2008/12/undercover-narcs-case-wrong-ho.html/]Undercover narcotics case wrong house, shoot family dog.
police shoot an 11 year old German Shepherd Lab mix 9 times while attempting to serve a warrant to a man that didn't live at the home.
Another guns-blazing’, no-knock raid, in which the officers shot the couple’s two black labs, even as one of the pups tried to run away. The cops
then handcuffed the couple and interrogated them for hours while the dogs bled to death on the
Deputies arrived to serve legal papers to a resident who no longer lived at that address. Dog is old and blind in one eye?