Sturgeon, Missouri Cop Kills Small Blind and Deaf Dog

BY Herschel Smith
1 month ago

The Civil Rights Lawyer is covering this. It’s on Twitter (X) too (h/t Wisco). Here is the full video below.

Who called the police?

Who … called … the … police?

After holding the cop accountable for animal cruelty, the person who called the police should be run out of town.

When will Americans return to the notion of self-policing again?  You know, family, church, community. When you turn to the state for policing, the state knows nothing except the use of force. That’s the only tool in its tool belt.

On top of that, most police are less than average intelligence, less than average motivation, and are not usually regarded as thinking men.

In this case, the cop was lazy, having run out of patience for catching the dog. I didn’t get to see a side profile of the cop, but my guess is that he’s overweight and got tired of walking around. Someone prove me wrong.

Additionally, he lied both to his superiors and to the man who questioned him. The dog wasn’t a threat at all. It was a 10-pound lap dog who was deaf and blind. That was my immediate reaction when I saw the video and would have guessed that without having been told. Because I am a thinking man. Either that, or the dog was elderly and suffering from age-related issues. Either way, that doesn’t warrant a death sentence.

So the cop was [probably] fat, very lazy, had no emotional sympathy for the owner of the dog (and so he is likely a sociopath), is a liar, and is below average intelligence and motivation.

I would have walked over and picked the dog up. Because I am a thinking man and know that the dog wasn’t suffering from rabies. If the dog had been injured, the cop wasn’t in a legal position to know or do anything about it. Only a veterinarian is legally allowed to put dogs down.

Folks, this describes most cops in America today. America didn’t see it before the age of body-cams, but people see it today. God bless body-cams. The camera doesn’t lie.

Do not ever involve the police. You and your beasts are never in more danger than when the police are around. There is no situation so bad that it cannot be made worse by the presence of the police.

Stay away from the police. Do not get near them. Your life is in danger if you do. They are usually trigger-happy fools. Get away from them as quickly as you can.

Do not involve the police in your life. Ever.


Comments

  1. On May 24, 2024 at 11:41 pm, FeralFerret said:

    The cop was obviously too stupid to operate the loop on the pole. He had it over the dogs head multiple times and failed to tighten the loop.

  2. On May 25, 2024 at 4:38 am, Mark Matis said:

    If “Law Enforcement” is not confident they will make it home safely at the end of their shift, this would stop REAL fast!

  3. On May 25, 2024 at 5:12 am, Lord T said:

    You can see several times in his shadow and in reflections in the car that he was overweight. Plus right from the start you had his breaking to go on.

    Clearly incompetent as well, the dog wasn’t even playing hard to get. It kept coming back to be looped time and time again. Hell, he could have picked it up a couple of times.

    Hope he gets sued into oblivion and sacked.

  4. On May 25, 2024 at 9:08 am, Kevin said:

    Never in more Danger.

    I have always feared Goons in guberment supplied costumes more the the common criminal on the street. It was an intuitive thing from a very young age

  5. On May 25, 2024 at 9:27 am, Chris said:

    Careful. “Only a veterinarian is legally allowed to put dogs down.” is just one step from “only police (FBI, ATF, IRS, etc.) are leagally allowed to shoot a gun.”

  6. On May 25, 2024 at 10:37 am, Faramir said:

    Doofus just got frustrated. Can’t imagine how he would react to an animal that is actually dangerous (well, I can, but you know what I mean). That thing looked like a Shih Tzu mix or something similar. It wasn’t even behaving fearfully, much less aggressively. It was used to people and was trying to decide how close to get. It certainly wasn’t running away. Just pick the thing up, watch its head for fear biting, and stick it in the passenger seat of the patrol car for the ride to the pound. Or even better, let it sniff your hand and make friends, then do the rest. No need at all to kill that dog.

  7. On May 25, 2024 at 1:23 pm, X said:

    Affirmative-action cop.

    Thanks, Lincoln. Thanks, Earl Warren.

  8. On May 25, 2024 at 3:35 pm, Roger J said:

    If that had been my dog (or cat), the cop would have to spend the rest of his life checking his six.

  9. On May 25, 2024 at 6:13 pm, JB said:

    These clowns shoot us just as quickly. Im very concerned because many cities have put code enforcement into the police departments and the clown that issues you a notice to cut your weeds is wearing a sidearm. I wear openly on my property every day and wad cited for a Trump Flag. Yup. I wasnt home at the time but had I been working on my house the clown might be a fat trigger happy type. Its common here in Florida for most code enforcers to be armed.

  10. On May 25, 2024 at 8:17 pm, oldgreyguy said:

    A vendor to law enforcement for many years. Most P.D’s will NOT hire a street cop with more than a 110 IQ. A friend of my son went to the academy and became a cop. On his 89th day, he was fired. He was told he would never make a good cop. He was to nice.

  11. On May 26, 2024 at 8:29 am, george1 said:

    No way to determine how low this cop’s IQ would actually measure however it is obvious that he is a long way from 100.

    I read an article about two years ago about IQ and criminality. One of the positions of the author is that a person with a sufficiently low enough IQ is a functional sociopath. This is because such a person does not have the capacity to build a mental picture of the suffering another.

    This cop certainly had no remorse for what he did. Just saying.

  12. On May 26, 2024 at 11:36 am, Robin said:

    I totally agree with this article he shot a poor harmless little blind dog from the video I feel the same he got lazy chasing the dog due to him being overweight for never have I heard of such cruelty and yes this officer should be fired justice for teddy this breaks my heart so tragic

  13. On May 26, 2024 at 12:52 pm, Glenn said:

    A lowlife lazy obese angry POS with zero common sense and discernment. He’s the lowest form of filth on this planet

  14. On May 27, 2024 at 8:19 am, Latigo Morgan said:

    Retarded coward cop.

    I’ve been attacked by a rabid pit bull when the only thing I had to defend myself was a 10″ Crescent wrench. A 10″ Crescent wrench can be an effective weapon.

  15. On May 28, 2024 at 9:15 pm, Longbow said:

    But, but, but…

    Overworked… underpaid… unappreciated… lives on the line… thin blue line… and… Kryptonite!

  16. On May 28, 2024 at 9:16 pm, Longbow said:

    P.S. Remember, boys and girls, these shit-for-brains goons and thugs are proud of themselves.

    Do you really think his fellow Gang members will ostracize him? Shun him? Haze him until he quits?

    Or more likely, he’ll be given some friendly ribbing and a new cute nickname.

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