Owners of Mich. dog killed by police get support
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#1 Sep 14, 2012
I don't get why it would be necesary to shoot and kill a dog? Was the officer unable to get into his car and get away from the dog? As always I wonder why it would not be sufficient to scare the dog away with gun fire. Not may detail in story to answer these question. But, after Flint video of police gunning down the man I wonder what happened to "protect and serve"? Does it say that on police cars any more? Or is that a thing of the past?
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