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"He shot Candy behind her ear, in the side of her head"
"The Rains County Sheriff’s Office has never encountered an issue of this nature, but plan[s] to make positive changes for the future," read the statement.
originally posted by: JokerThe1st
a reply to: trollz
The takeover is coming.
Remove loyal animals (citizen protection)
Remove firearms (citizen protection)
Remove trust in the police force (citizen protection)
Trample the right's of the people (citizen protection)
Use unreasonable force (reinforce a violent culture)
Privatize The Police force (Doormen,private security,meat-head thugs)
Create conflicting reports (confusion,paranoia,lack of stability)
there is no surprise here they are getting us ready.
originally posted by: speculativeoptimist
I read this story yesterday and was so peeveed I called and left amesssage of my dissaproval, for whatever that was worth. I probably got put on a list but I just can't sit back and accept a leo kills a dog every 98 minuts in our country.
www.co.rains.tx.us.../Sheriff (903) 473-3181
According to the Rains County Sheriff's Office, Deputy Jerrod Dooley was fired on Thursday. Sheriff David Traylor said that it was for Dooley's safety because of threats. He added that it is the safest move for the department and the deputy. Dooley will not be able to return to work at the Rain's County Sheriff's Office regardless of the outcome of the investigation, which is currently ongoing. The deputy was placed on administrative leave on Wednesday.
The Middleton family says the necropsy report by a veterinarian proves that Candy was shot in the back of the head.