Cops Raid Wrong House, Shoot Dog, Shoot Man, Then They Even Shot Another Cop

Police Brutality

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Recently Georgia police carried out a home invasion of a house they never had a warrant to enter. In the course of the illegal raid, one officer was shot. But now it has been proven that it was a fellow police officer who pulled the trigger.

At first, the DeKalb County police claimed the homeowner had shot one of their officers. But now an investigation has proven that was never the case.

Police entered the home, on a burglary call, and one officer was accidentally shot by another officer, not by the homeowner. But that was after officers shot the homeowner and his dog.

Watch the local report below (story continues below).

Local WXIA reports that the incident happened at about 7:35 Monday night.

Three officers showed up at first. But when no contact was made to verify what they thought was that address’s burglar alarm, they broke in through a screened porch, which they described as an “unlocked door”.

The officers saw the dog who lived on the premises. They immediately shot and killed the animal.

Shortly after that, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation says a male in the home, later determined to be the homeowner, was also shot by the officers.

The GBI says that an officer was shot, but it turns out he was shot by a fellow officer, not by the homeowner.

Local 11 Alive News reports that “Alexander said officers received a vague location description of the burglary-in-progress call and ended up entering the wrong home. The 911 call described the home as a brick and tan one-story home. 11 Alive has requested the audio and transcript of that 911 call.”

They also add that “DeKalb County Police have declined to release that information at this time,” which continues to be the case.

The homeowner was shot in the leg, but he was treated at Atlanta Medical Center and later released.

Read the Georgia Bureau of Investigation first public report on this shootinghere.

Watch the latest local report on this shooting and the GBI revelation that it was the cops all along who shot pretty much everything in sight.

(Article by M. David and Jackson Marciana)

4 Comments

  1. Two factors that can help explain this sort of police behavior:

    1. “Training Officers to Shoot First, and He Will Answer Questions Later”
    Police psychologist, William J. Lewinski, trains officers that “if you see the gun, you’re dead”:

    “Taking the stand at a public inquest, William J. Lewinski, the psychology professor, explained that the officer had no choice but to act.

    “In simple terms,” the district attorney in Portland, Ore., asked, “if I see the gun, I’m dead?”

    “In simple terms, that’s it,” Dr. Lewinski replied.”

    So, he trains officers that if you don’t shoot first, you may end up dead. Then, officers enter a home, “see something,” then shoot.

    In view of all of the police shootings of unarmed, non-threatening people, what are the chances that this sort of training is more or less universal throughout the nation’s police departments?

    2. There is evidence that many police departments-prosecutor’s office-courts are connected through the “brotherhood” of secret societies such as the Freemasons. This can explain how, for example:
    a. Police wrongdoing is covered up by police command staff protecting brutal officers and they being backed up by the prosecutors and courts.
    b. Police, prosecutors and courts vigorously prosecute multiple charges against an individual who, it turns out, was wrongly arrested and brutalized when he asked the officer why he was being arrested.

  2. Interesting that the video has been pulled.

  3. so what is the big news here? isn’t that the usual nowadays in modern police practice and protocols? This is their idea of upholding their oath of service and performing due diligence right? if it moves kill it if it doesn’t move it’s probably waiting in ambush… shoot it. How fierce was the dog? A chihuahua? Shiatsu? Dachshund? Something really scary like that, right?
    Did they think the dog was a burglar? If not, why did they decide to shoot a dog who presumably belonged to the house owner, the alleged victim of the burglary? What, the burglar was presumed to not be doing enough damage, so the cops were there to help by showing the perp how to do damage?

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