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Analysis posted Jul 28 2014, 8:45 AM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: InformationLiberation Print

Cop Shoots Couple's Dog, Threatens Jail For Trying To Save Dog's Life

Chris | InformationLiberation

A Dekalb County, Georgia cop responding to a false alarm shot a couple's dog, then threatened to have the owner arrested for trying to rush him to the vet. Instead, the cop reportedly insisted they wait due to "procedure," which they did for 20 minutes after being threatened with jail, only to find out the procedure was just to take photographs of the dog's wounds. After an hour of suffering, the cop eventually let the couple take the dog to the vet, fortunately their dog didn't die from blood loss and was still able to be treated.

Here's the wife's story of what happened:
A false alarm sent a cop to our house. My husband was in the backyard at the time, so was unaware of the cop knocking on our door. Bad timing resulted in our dog getting shot in the throat. To make matters worse, the cop wouldn't allow us to drive him to the vet. He even followed us in the police car and blocked us from leaving our neighborhood. He said we couldn't leave due to procedure. Second cop arrived 20 minutes later and we found out that procedure was just to take pictures of the bleeding dog. The whole time we are waiting, the cop that shot our dog promised us that he had called animal control and that they were on their way to help. They finally let my husband take our dog to the vet. I stayed behind to be further harassed. 15 minutes later and animal control arrives, along with 4 more cop cars. I find out that animal control was told to come pick up a dead dog and had no idea about the dog needing help aka still being alive. I asked the cop who shot him why he lied and he stated that he never promised help was coming.
Local news station WXIA covered the shooting after it garnered attention on Facebook:

The police said they're investigating the shooting, like they would any other, and they "may learn from it."

Here's some other recent instances Dekalb County, Georgia officers may need to learn from. One of their officers recently threatened to shooting someone for "holding up a McDonald's drive-thru line," for which he got a minor slap on the wrist. Another was indicted after allegedly being caught on video planting drugs on an innocent man during an arrest, and yet another was indicted for allegedly beating his girlfriend's 13-year-old child. While the police "may" learn from these instances, when they're headed up by a police chief famous for saying he wants to restore "swagger" to the department -- swagger being defined by Websters as "conducting oneself in an arrogant or superciliously pompous manner" -- I very much doubt it.
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Posted: Jul 28 2014, 11:20 AM

207155 I would sure like to see a video of this incident, what the officer perceived as a threat that merited shooting the dog. With all the billions of dollars spent on policing in this country the most important piece of equipment every officer should carry should be a lapel camera. The officers should wear two because of the frequent incidents of malfunction. An example of this is the insufficient lapel footage in Albuquerque police shootings subsequent to the police shooting of the homeless man in the foothills.

Posted: Jul 28 2014, 11:36 AM

166137 Cops,tweekers gutter drunks.don't care for any of the above.
Which one worries you most in your everyday life?If Maybe cops smell like fire hydrants.Hope the dog is okay and the cop......

Posted: Jul 28 2014, 2:25 PM

10849 I'd have shot the cop

Posted: Jul 28 2014, 4:18 PM

67198 Something is wrong in Georgia if this cop isn't fired summarily. The most important tool any LEO carries is a brain, and this one is out of ammo.

Posted: Jul 28 2014, 9:03 PM

174226 another cop to be added to the great wall of shame filled with similar inept police officers

Posted: Jul 29 2014, 4:51 PM

82145 174226, If (WHEN) u run outta space on dat wall the chinese have a fine long one that should keep ya goin for a bit.......

Posted: Jan 07 2015, 12:06 PM

67171 another cop that should be slaughtered in the fucking street. Fucking pigs, war is coming.

Posted: May 17 2015, 10:01 AM

75143 It's time to take down this police state that we live in. Eliminate ALL of the Politicians & Police and start over with what the constitution calls for a Country that the PEOPLE control not a Govt that controls the people. Line every one of them up against the wall and let the world see that WE the PEOPLE will not be trampled on. WAKE UP AMERICA....
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