Family Gets Robbed, Calls Cops For Help -- Cops "Help" By Beating Them Up and Killing Their Dog
Police charge man with "insulting an officer" Chris | InformationLiberation
Sterling Barlow of Prince George's County, Maryland thought he was going to receive help when he called the police after a heated shootout with two armed assailants who tried to steal his family's car. Instead of receiving help, he received a beating by police officers who he said put him into a head lock and "[punched him] in the face." As he was being assaulted by his armed and dangerous protectors, he begged the officers not to shoot his four-year-old dog, Mercedes.
"While this was going on I said 'please, don't point a gun at my dog.' I begged her. She didn't need to be involved in this. She was in the yard."
Police then dutifully proceeded to murder his dog, who as his neighbor Barbara Wells said, "did not attack anyone."
"The dog did not attack anyone. He never approached anyone. Even as the officers grabbed Sterling the dog didn't do anything."
These are just a few recent cases of which highlight an increasingly disturbing trend. Why has killing people's innocent pets seemingly become a new priority of our so-called peace officers?
Chris runs the website InformationLiberation.com which chronicles stories of police abuse, many of which highlight police murdering people's innocent pets.
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