Sunday, October 13, 2013

Why aren't they seen as Officer Friendly anymore?

Cherrie Shelton’s dog Patches, a two-year-old Jack Russell Terrier, approached officer Antoine Jones as he arrived at her home, she told FOX 31 in Albany. Before Shelton, of Albany, could finish telling the officer the dog wouldn’t bite, he had pulled out his gun and shot the dog.
Jones is 6 feet tall and weighs nearly 300 pounds, according to the report.
That's bad enough; what makes it even worse:
Georgia Dept. of Corrections told the news station in a statement that the officer’s force was justified: “An Albany Probation Officer was involved in an incident that required him to use use of force against an aggressive canine during a field visit. An incident report was filed and it was determined that the Probation Officer responded appropriately.”
This is their justification.  And I'll bet they get all butthurt when someone doesn't treat them with the respect they think they deserve.

Speaking of,
One attendee at the rally, LaDonna Hale Curzon from Virgina, wrote that even before Palin arrived at the rally she headlined, "both D.C. Metro and Park police attempted to shut down the event." She wrote that "two police cruisers blocked entrance into the WWII memorial, in an effort to stop truckers from arriving from the highway" and "four marked Secret Service vehicles arrived on the scene, joining dozens of law enforcements, who had already arrived, including a SWAT team dressed in full riot gear."

"Police blocked the road leading up to the WWII memorial from both directions," she wrote. "What a nice way to spend my Sunday morning and to see how our veterans are treated at their own memorial. Last week, the Obama administration opened the mall for immigration activist protest yet blocked WWII vets in wheelchairs to see the WWII memorial. What is happening to our country?!"

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