Officer Enforcing Leash Law Shoots Family's Dog, Witness HorrifiedChris | InformationLiberation
Sep. 11, 2012
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A St. Louis, Michigan police officer intent on enforcing a mandatory leash law repeatedly shot a family's dog as a neighbor watched in horror.
Walmsley says she was outside playing with her own dog when her neighbor's golden retriever, Scout, ran over into her yard. She says she called the dog over to play, which Scout did, and then Scout ran back over back into his own yard. That's when Walmsley says a police officer showed up.The police chief says the shooting was justified because the officer "felt threatened."
That the dog was the one being threatened and was merely acting in self-defense I guess is in no way relevant.
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