Man’s decision to pull over & record police activity cost him his dog’s life

August 23, 2013 Site Staff 378

HAWTHORNE, CA –A man’s decision to pull over to the side of the road and record police turned out to be a costly one. So far it has cost him his dog’s life, time in jail, and legal fees, but new felony charges could potentially land him in prison for up to 5 years. He and his lawyers allege that the charges are retaliation for a year-old complaint of police brutality.

Cops shoot therapy dog during raid on wrong address over expired vehicle registration

August 19, 2013 Bobby Caselnova 291

LEANDER, TX — Leander Police went to the home of James and Renata Simmons acting on a warrant for unpaid vehicle registration on June 17, 2013. The warrant, however, was for a completely different town – Cedar Park, TX, and was for a person named Bradly Neal Simpson, someone the Simmons family, who have lived at this address for the past nine years, have never even heard of.

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