The Wall Street Journal about that armed guard thing. The NRA now wishes for what it always opposed. A police state. Do you believe them?
They also say that after shooting the dog, the officer put his gun back in his holster, and calmly finished writing the ticket for their van."
While FOX 32′s Larry Yellen was interviewing the dog’s owners, two police officers drove by the home.
90 minutes later, they came back, asked why Phillips why he had contacted the media and gave him a ticket for not keeping Colonel on a leash.
“They were giving us a ticket, three days after the fact,” says Phillips. “So I think they’re probably trying to cover their rear ends.”
A police spokesman says the shooting is being investigated by the independent police review authority, which investigates all police shootings.
The Phillips family says they’re considering a petition drive to have the officer who shot their dog taken off the streets. They also say that after shooting the dog, the officer put his gun back in his holster, and calmly finished writing the ticket for their van.
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- @smallwars Countering criminal street gangs: Lessons for civilians- 1: They're easy to spot by their colors & insignias http://pic.twitter.com/7N5BF7f7
- @smallwars Locally/nationally this is a problem: "Operations executed under no legitimate “Rules of Engagement” See §3 http://jurist.org/sidebar/2012/08/emi-maclean-nypd-occupy.php
- @smallwars I also LUV the way the recent Jame Bland movie vilifies Occupy AND Anonymous.. Looks like class war to me!
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