Hawthorne, CA Police Arrest Man for Filming Raid, Shoot his Dog in Front of HimChris | InformationLiberation
Jul. 01, 2013
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In this shocking video out of Hawthorne, California, police arrest a man for videotaping a SWAT team barricade, then shoot and kill his dog when it comes to his rescue.
The dog is seen flailing around as his life is drained from him thanks to the officers' actions.
It should be noted filming police is entirely legal, the cops falsely charged the man with "obstruction" as a pretext to falsely arrest him, therefor it's irrelevant the dog threatened the officers, as the cops consciously and cynically chose to commit a false arrest because they didn't feel comfortable with him videotaping.
From CBS LA:
Attorney Michael Gulden said his client Leon Rosby was watching and taking video of the Hawthorne SWAT team when police claimed Rosby was obstructing officers during the barricade.Update: Here's video from Mr. Rosby explaining how the incident went down:
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