Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Utah man's dog shot after cop enters his fenced yard, then felt 'threatened' by pet — but cop dog executions are even worse in Omaha

The excuse proffered, said Gawker:
According to the Salt Lake Tribune, which published the video, the missing boy was found "a half-hour after the search began." Kendall met with Salt Lake police last week, and says he wants to see the officer who killed Geist fired.

At least Sean Kendall doesn't live in Omaha, where apparently a cop can blow away Fido with impunity in the course of investigating an expired car registration, after which the Nebraska Humane Society will issue multiple citations for "failing to restrain" dogs which were in a fenced yard. 

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