I found this story on Copblock.org, one of the sites I write for, and I was disgusted to see yet another innocent family pet, executed by a trigger-happy police officer.
The incident took place in the Village of Lyman, Nebraska, a small town with a population of about 340.
Bos, an 18-month old Rottweiler, got out of his kennel on Saturday September 22, 2012 while his family were away.
Bos's owner gets a phone call from his brother-in-law, who tellse him that after having heard several gunshots, he went to check on the house, where he found Bos dead.
Bos's owner races home to find his beloved dog laying in the grass next to his kennel.
He then reviewed his home surveillance cameras which captured the entire incident on video.
According to Bos's owner, his dog was seen wandering around his yard, but never attempted to bite anyone.
WARNING!.. The video is extremely graphic and disturbing.
The video shows officer Huffman coming up to Bos, who is seen attempting to move away from the officer when he is shot from the rear.
Bos is then seen spinning in circles while Hufman shoots him a total of 4 more times at point blank range.
Huffman is then seen dragging Bos's body away, then he gets a hose and washes away the blood, as in to clean the crime scene.
According to Bos's owner, officer Huffman has a long history of misconduct, including being named in a lawsuit where he was accused of shooting an unarmed man who attempted to run.
I am trying to get more information on this incident, including the exact twon/city where this occured as well as the police department and full name of officer Huffman.
I will be updating this post as I get more information.
Contact the Village of Lyman, Nebraska at (308) 787-1444
Click play to watch the video. WARNING!.. The video is extremely graphic and disturbing.
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