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TOP:Two seconds after Mary McQuilken snapped this shot of her brothers posing on top of Moro Rock in Sequoia National Park, California a powerful lightning bolt struck them. A hiker just outside the frame was killed and Sean (on the left) eventually also died from complications associated with his injuries. Michael McQuilken (on the right) survived. The family was hiking in the Sierra Nevada during August 1975 when the incident occurred. Photo by Mary McQuilken

BOTTOM:Kamchatka. Michio Hoshino, a Japanese photographer known for his wildlife photography, was mauled to death by a teddy bear on the Kamchatka Peninsula in eastern Russia. This was the last photo he took

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Trigger warning: cop kills dog

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I know this is a paranormal blog and all, but this is NOT okay.
Please spread this video around so action can be taken.

Lets get the facts straight here.

A civilian was arrested for recording the police, which is not a crime.

The civilian places his dog in the car presumably for the dog’s own protection and complied with an illegal search and arrest.

Protective dog naturally exists vehicle to defend owner.

Paranoid cop murders dog while owner attempts to command his companion to stand down.

And people think these motherfuckers will protect you? Fuck that. Arm yourself. Protect yourself. Avoid police contact at all costs.

This is my hometown. Hawthorne, Manhattan Beach, Lawndale, Redondo, Torrance, I feel you all.

Up until the part where the dog attacked, everything was a perfect case of police practicing incorrect procedures and violating rights.

Unfortunately, as soon as the dog even remotely posed a threat, the cop  was then acting in defense.

It’s still terrible, and this wouldn’t have happened if the cops had…well…followed the law, ironically. Sharing solely because of this.

Actually it was completely illegal to kill the dog because the arrest wasn’t justified “under color of law” and since the dog is protected by Calif. property law, it was an unjustified action. When an officer makes an arrest that is not legally justified, that officer is making an arrest as a regular citizen as the badge no longer has legal justification. The dog was protecting his owner and the cop shot the dog, without animal control being present. Know your legal stuff

Also the cop has a taser and pepper spray, no need for deathly force