Today, someone will have their life threatened by someone who believes their costume gives them the right to do whatever they want. As long as we think that we can hold Government accountable, nothing will change. When someone investigates and answers only to themselves, they will do what they want, when they want. We can live in a world without the the threat of being ruled by force, but first we must understand that we are free already and do not need anyone’s permission to live or exist.
“Even if you see something everyday, it does not mean it should be accepted as normal or OK”
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SAN DIEGO, CA — Community prayers and hopes are going out to a devastated San Diego man after police officers shot his service animal companion to death.
Ian Anderson is absolutely heartbroken after losing Burberry, his pet dog who was his service companion and member of his family.
The incident happened on Sunday when officers were near Ian’s house looking into a “domestic disturbance” call they claim they received.
Ian said that at one point, the officers knocked on his front door.
The knock caused 6-yr-old Burberry to begin barking, as most dogs typically do.
When Ian opened the door, Burberry got out, but did not attack anybody.
Burberry actually stopped barking and one of the police officers bent down and began petting Burberry, according to reports.
But a second officer evidently chose to escalate the situation.
“The other officer yelled and screamed at the dog for no reason to get inside. It startled the dog,” said Ian.
MERRICK COUNTY, NE — A Merrick County Nebraska cop took it upon himself to shoot and kill a dog chained up in its own yard after neighbors called 911 and claimed that the dog had “bitten a child.”
The Merrick County Sheriff’s Office claims that a deputy came to the scene and attempted to “capture the animal for quarantine (to verify vaccination records)…”
When the deputy capture the dog, the dog “attempted to attack” the deputy, at which point the deputy “put down” the dog.
The owner’s account differs significantly. She was never given a chance to defend her dog, Sophie, who was on her tether in her own yard, a fact the the killer, Jim Lindenklaus, never reported.
The little boy had been interacting with her son that same day and there had been no problems with the dog.
According to the cop, the chained up dog was a deadly threat to him because she was growling and had her hackles up so he had no choice but to shoot her twice. Proper protocol was not followed in this case.
Clayton County, GA — A tragic and insidious puppycide was reported this week in Clayton County when an officer callously and sadistically shot a puppy in front of children.
A family is grieving after witnessing Clayton County police officer Walter Dennard walk up to their five-month-old lab-pit mix and shoot it, claiming the puppy “lunged at him.”
“He just shot the dog and stood there with no remorse, no regrets in front of her and her kids,” neighbor Aijohli King told Channel 2 after she witnessed the shooting.
Claudette Terry was moving into her new home when officers stopped to harass her friend who was sitting in the driveway. As two officers were questioning Terry’s friend, a third walked up and cowered in fear as a five-month-old puppy approached. He then pulled out his service weapon and fired without any regard for the children playing in the yard.
“My son opened the door the dog ran out and kind of stood by me where the other officers were,” Terry explained. “He didn’t bark, growl or anything.”
When she heard the gunshot, Terry thought her son was shot by this cowardly officer.
“When the gun went off, my son went down in the yard crying. I looked thinking my son may have been shot,” she said.
Neighbors who witnessed the shooting said the officer’s account of the puppy lunging at him was not true.
“He just took a step back and he just shot at the dog,” witness Brandon Smarr said. “And then he started laughing afterward.”
Wyandotte, Michigan Police Chief: Daniel J. Grant
2015 Biddle Ave, Wyandotte, Michigan, 48192
Wyandotte, Michigan Mayor: Joseph Peterson
3200 Biddle Ave, Wyandotte, Michigan 48192
We the People of the United States come to you demanding that you immediately terminate without delay Officer Sabo from the Wyandotte Michigan Police Department. On October 5th, 2014, Officer Sabo intercepted a call sent out to Animal Control on a loose dog report. Officer Sabo arrived on scene, parked his car at the end of an alley where the dog was seen. Many witnesses claimed that the officer had gotten out of his police car and began calling to a dog known as Buster. Buster belonged to the Brooke Yurkunas-Mccuiston family. Another patrol car was parked at the opposite end of the alley as if to block Buster in the alleyway. As Officer Sabo stood outside his car he called and whistled to Buster to come to him. Obeying the officer’s command, Buster started for Sabo.
Officer Sabo then drew his gun and shot Buster. Buster, then scared and injured, quickly retreated in the opposite direction as the officer moved towards him…shooting him a second and fatal shot. Buster was a one year old puppy and never showed aggression. Officer Sabo was never in any danger and no bites or scratches were inflicted upon the officer or anyone. Buster never made it to the man in uniform that had commanded him to come. He had no chance and even though he retreated after the first shot, Officer Sabo’s intentions were clearly to kill the dog. Buster laid there and died all alone. Neighbors witnessed this unnecessary shooting and have made statements to the family. Buster’s Mom, Brooke went to claim his body as it lay there in the alley a short distance from his home. Officer Sabo ordered Brooke to move away from the dog. When asked why she could not take her baby home, she was told Animal Control was on the way and they would be taking the body.
OFFICER STEVE SABO Wyandotte Mi
Since there were no bites reported, Buster’s family had every right to claim his body in the event they wanted to have a necropsy done. The family was repeatedly refused to be returned Buster’s body. This, like so many cases across the country, has gotten our attention and we are closely monitoring this situation as it unfolds. We the People demand that Officer Sabo be charged with “Criminal Animal Cruelty” which carries a felony charge and that he be forbidden to be employed in law enforcement due to his negligence and gross misjudgment of action as a public servant. We the People expect that Buster’s body be immediately returned to his family for memorial reasons. We the People also believe that Officer Sabo should also issue a public apology to the grieving family for the unjust death of their family pet. For Officer Sabo to get less then what we are asking would be an injustice.
Officer Sabo has a past records and www.homewreckingcops.com was made 5 years ago trying to warn others of his immoral behavior.