Truth the mainstream media doesn't tell you about
I wonder what's going to happen to the officer who shot my dog? Last night a officer of Minneapolis Police department shot and killed my dog cause apparently he said he was scared to get attacked. Umm... my dog has never attacked anyone. She is very well trained and I had her since she was a baby. She was part of our family. She would have been 5 this summer. I want to ask the officer why he assumed she would attack when all she did was bark at him approaching the property. What makes you different then a mailman, they take proper precaution. Why shoot her when she's in my yard and your not? Why don't you identify yourself before you shoot a barking dog. I've gone to plenty of properties that had dogs I was scared of, I never shot one because I thought it may attack. So why shoot my dog not once not twice but more than 7 shots fired? She ran into my arms and you didn't serve any assistance other than asking me for my identification on my property? Getting my attention never ever should mean come guns blazing. My kids could have been here. Thank God they weren't. But I still had family here!! U put all our lives in danger not to mention shooting and killing a member of my family, MYA. You must not know me I put family first. And MYA will get justice. Just wait on it. We will reserve this weekend for positive energy great memories and celebration MYAs life. She will not die in vein. She was trained by me and all she was doing was barking at you for being outside the property. It wasn't TIL you shot her she jumped out the yard! I wonder what a mail man would have done in your shoes? If your scared of dogs perhaps you shouldn't be a cop! You never identified yourself by the way... Can't wait to meet you! Til then I just want to remind you, that you not only shot a member of my family but you shot a mother of 8.
NOTHING will happen to "the officer".......Same would apply if he shot your two-year-old child......Evidently the movies these sickos watch on the back of their eyeballs cause them to "fear for their lives"......LE policy seems to concludes that this type of reaction is totally acceptable and in most cases, commendable.......The remaining question is: Are these individuals being coerced/encouraged to act in this fashion or are they mentally/psychologically unfit for duty in the LE (or any other) venue?