Man Sentenced to 35 Years in Prison For Shooting Police Dog
Meanwhile, pet-killing officers nationwide enjoy freedom…
Activist PostIn South Carolina, a man committing an armed robbery shot and killed a police dog while being chased, and now he has been sentenced to 35 years in prison. There is certainly no moral justification for armed robbery or killing animals in cold blood, yet there is hypocrisy in the ‘justice system’ that should be taken note of.
If a man is forced to spend nearly the rest of his life rotting inside the largest prison system in the world for killing a dog belonging to an officer of the police state, why are officers who shoot animals without a second thought getting away with no charge?
One doesn’t have to think hard to recall instances of officers executing canines, such as the incident in Hawthorne, California in 2013 where they killed a non-threatening dog while the owner was handcuffed and had to watch. Police shooting dogs continues to fill YouTube on a daily basis. In fact, it’s been estimated that a dog is shot by law enforcement every 98 minutes in the United States. Police have even been suspected of bringing “injured” dogs to the range for target practice.
Or how about police going on a rampage and killing a pet parakeet? Don’t believe it? Check that story here. Or shooting up a store to get to a squirrel? Sure, why not, you can see that one here. Dogs and other pets belonging to peaceful citizens are constantly being shot dead simply because of an officer feeling arbitrarily threatened.