Cops come and lock down a whole neighborhood looking for a "suspect".
Innocent man, walking his dog, breaking absolutely no law, walks away from cops barking orders at him.
Cops charge, tackle and thrown him down violently to the ground, and in less than 5 seconds, execute his Lab/Golden dog that he was walking, on a leash.
The whole incident was caught on night vision security cameras at a local business.
This is going to be your kid, your husband, your wife, your father, your brother very soon unless we stop this.
Watch the video at the site for yourself.
I am literally shaking with rage and frustration right now...
Can somebody who has the means, save that video clip and youtube it before it goes down the memory hole?
ETA - Hat tip to DerailingDaTrain for the youtube upload.
Dog Shot By Omaha Police Officer
An Omaha police officer shot and killed a dog on a public sidewalk. The officer’s report claims the shooting was justified; however, the owners call the incident an execution of a friendly, family pet. Mike McKnight obtained surveillance video of the incident for a Fact Finders exclusive.
On October 7th, after midnight, police blocked a street in the area of 35th and Vinton to look for an armed suspect. They say Chris Schulte, who lives in the area, ignored orders to stop and walked the family dog toward the search area. He was arrested and his dog, Teela, shot.
(This is all cop bull$#@!. He was walking away and the dog was doing nothing. - AF)
Chris Schulte said, “You know I should have got back but I was just walking on. Not threatening, dog wasn't being aggressive.”
In the report by Officer Schuster and Officer Clement, the officers said “suspect’s dog became aggressive, growled at officers, and showed its teeth before being shot and killed.”
Lt. Darci Tierney, Omaha Police, “The Omaha Police Department is aware of the incident and Chief Schmaderer has authorized an Internal Investigation into the matter. As with all personnel matters, the Omaha Police Department is unable to comment further. Per OPD policy, anytime an officer discharges his/her firearm during the course of their duties an arduous review of the discharge will take place.”
Tim Wagner told Channel 6 News he watched the incident, live, from inside his home via a night vision security camera.
Wagner said, “The dog didn't stand a chance. The dog did nothing aggressive. I've lived next to this dog two and a half years and it’s one of the best dogs.”
Fact Finders checked with the Nebraska Humane Society. Teela, a Labrador, golden retriever mix, had a clean record with no history of bites or vicious behavior. Schulte says Teela belonged to his aunt, Michelle Meadows.
Meadows said, “It was very shocking. I would think they would maybe taser her or something, if they thought she was being aggressive, but I don't think she was.”
The police report described Schulte as intoxicated. He was arrested, at the scene, for obstructing police and resisting arrest. He claims Teela, who was still on a leash, didn’t threaten to attack officers before one of them shot her.
(More $#@!, murdering, $#@!stick cop bull$#@!. Only in Amerika would a full body tackle on the concrete and an execution of your dog be called "resisting arrest". You $#@!ing $#@!s haven't seen "resistance" yet. - AF)
“They didn't have to shoot em. Not at all. (It was an) Execution,” said Schulte.
Fact Finders showed the video to Omaha police command staff, whom provided a response. Lt. Darci Tierney said, “The Omaha Police Department is aware of the incident and Chief Schmaderer has authorized an Internal Investigation into the matter. As with all personnel matters, the Omaha Police Department is unable to comment further. Per OPD policy, anytime an officer discharges his/her firearm during the course of their duties an arduous review of the discharge will take place.”
Channel 6 News did pay for the rights to air the video.
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