Watch this video at your peril. You will rethink every good thought you ever had about Modern Compliance Enforcement Officers (MCEO).
Yes, they shot the dog. Again and again and again. As the crackshots they invariably are, it took four rounds to complete the task. They probably practiced a tactical reload as well, just to be sure.
I know not where these thugs think they will need their finely honed home invasion skills or what mission they think awaits their future, but know this is an unacceptable level of violence perpetrated on a nearly catatonic citizenry.
Criminologists call this behavior “rehearsal”- a preparation for escalation sometime in the future. It is the manner in which house burglars move from theft to rape as they become more practiced in their craft.
Imagine this video featured uniformed soldiers in Iraq or Afghanistan as they invaded a Muslim Household and executed their pets in such a cavalier fashion?
It would be the lead atrocity story on every muddlestream electronic media network and fodder for a thousand print media headlines.
What these MCEO’s do for sport is the stuff that gives honest soldiers nightmares.
Watch the last few seconds very carefully. When the MCEO says “We will take that as a yes” you witness the Martha Stewart adoptive admission precedent discussed HERE (CLICK LINK)
In modern America you no longer have the right to “remain silent”. Silence will be interpreted to suit the convenience of the officer in charge.
This video shows a search warrant served by the Columbia Mo. police department. The cops bust in this guys house in the middle of the night and shoot his two dogs (one a pit bull that was caged in the kitchen and the other a Corgi) with children in the home. it turns out that rather than a big time drug dealer, this guy had a small pipe with some resin in it, a grinder, and what the cops here call “a small amount of marijuana” (meaning less than a few grams). We here in Columbia want everyone to know what kind of police department we have here, check out our “finest” in action.
Radley Balko Link Click HERE
In February, I wrote the following about a drug raid in Missouri:
SWAT team breaks into home, fires seven rounds at family’s pit bull and corgi (?!) as a seven-year-old looks on.
They found a “small amount” of marijuana, enough for a misdemeanor charge. The parents were then charged with child endangerment.
So smoking pot = “child endangerment.” Storming a home with guns, then firing bullets into the family pets as a child looks on = necessary police procedures to ensure everyone’s safety.
Just so we’re clear.