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Title: Video Shows Cop Jump Family’s Fence, Kill Dog in Front of 10 yo Girl
Source: From The Trenches/FTP
URL Source: https://fromthetrenchesworldreport. ... g-in-front-of-10yo-girl/256682
Published: Nov 2, 2019
Author: Matt Agorist
Post Date: 2019-11-02 20:32:23 by Deckard
Keywords: None
Views: 124
Comments: 4

Rochester, NY — Utterly horrifying footage the Rochester police department fought to keep secret has just been released as part of a lawsuit showing officer Javier Algarin jump a family’s fence, enter their private property, and murder their dog.

As TFTP has consistently reported, in their relentless and often violent pursuit to control what citizens can and cannot put in their bodies, the police state leaves behind a trail of blood and suffering. Many times over, this trail often contains the blood of defenseless animals like the Dempsey family’s beloved black lab named Tesla. 

Last October, nearly a dozen cops swarmed the home of Charles Dempsey to allegedly “disrupt the suspected sale of illegal drugs by people who had congregated there.” However, Dempsey sold no such drugs from his home and was entirely innocent. This did not matter to the officers though.

As the video shows, the officer hops the fence and moments later Tesla rounds the corner barking at the intruder in her yard. Without hesitation and without simply jumping back over the fence, officer Algarin pulled his gun and fired two rounds into Tesla, killing her, but not before she yelped in agony from the pain of the bullets lodged in her body.

Seconds later, heartbroken Charles is seen staggering into the garden, sobbing as he pleads with the armed intruder who just trespassed onto his private property and killed his dog.

“What the f**k is wrong with you? Why did you do this? What the f**k is wrong with you?” Charles yells at the cop through tears.

Algarin did not answer, instead he merely points his gun at Charles and shouts, “Get back! Get back! Get back! Go get your dog.”

For a brief moment, it appeared as if Algarin was about to kill Charles as well.

“Get out of my yard! Why did you do that to her? What is wrong with you? She would’ve been fine,” the distraught father screams at the cop.

As Charles cries out in sadness after watching a cop murder his dog, the callous cop then asks the other officers if they are “good,” as if he hadn’t just murdered a family’s dog.

Around the corner, Charles’ 10-year-old daughter watched the incident unfold as well, leaving her severely traumatized.

The family’s lawyer, Elliot Shields told the Democrat & Chronicle: “My client and his daughter are traumatized. They saw this happen.”

“There are other ways to handle a situation where a dog is running at an officer. Why is the first option to shoot the dog?” he said. Our frequent readers likely know the answer to this question.

For nearly a year, police fought to keep the video of this puppycide secret and refused to release it. But after a long battle, the family finally won and saw it released.

According to the Sun:

The video, as well as video from nine other officers who were present at the scene, was released earlier this year by judicial order after Dempsey and Shields filed an open-records lawsuit to get them.

Shields, who won a preliminary victory in another suit against the city for release of police video, said he believes Tesla’s case may mark the first occasion on which the city surrendered unredacted police footage in response to a Freedom of Information request.

Highlighting the utter uselessness of the cops swarming the Dempsey’s house and murdering his dog, according to the attorney, the people police were looking for were in the yard behind Dempsy’s yard.

Neither of the two men detained after police killed the family’s dog had any illicit substances on them, according to Shields. Below is this heartbreaking video, warning it is graphic.

Sadly, cops killing dogs — including those belonging to entirely innocent people — is a common occurrence.

According to an unofficial count done by an independent research group, Ozymandias Media, a dog is shot by law enforcement every 98 minutes.

This disturbing trend led to WGRZ-TV in Buffalo, filing a Freedom of Information Act request for use of force incidents within the Buffalo police department which is right down the road from Rochester. What they found was shocking.

According to use of force reports requested by WGRZ-TV under the Freedom of Information Law, Buffalo Police shot 92 dogs from Jan. 1, 2011 through Sept. 2014. Seventy-three of those dogs died. Nineteen survived. This is just one department.

Amazingly enough, pizza delivery drivers and postal workers don’t seem to have much of a problem interacting with dogs, and they are in the same situation that police are in, going to a stranger’s house with no clue what to expect. In fact, these delivery workers actually knock on more strange doors and encounter more dogs in just a week than many police officers do in their entire careers.

UPS workers accidentally made this point quite clear with a Facebook page last August showing delivery drivers having fun with dogs. In the meantime, cops continue to kill and are almost never held accountable.

Something has to be done and it is far more than just training. The most effective action that would need to be taken would be to drastically reduce the instance of no-knock search warrants. According to an ACLU report, 62 percent of SWAT raids are searches for drugs.

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#1. To: Deckard (#0) (Edited)

Piece of shit cop.

Take his job, pension, house, car, bank accounts - ruin the barackhole.

Hank Rearden  posted on  2019-11-03   12:13:25 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#2. To: Deckard (#0)

https://nypost.com/2016/10/15/this-man-is-fighting-to-prove-dogs-are-not-property/

This man is fighting to prove dogs are not property

By Beth Landman
New York Post
October 15, 2016 | 8:35pm

On a beautiful afternoon this past June, Soho resident Yves-Claude Arbour, 73, was walking up Broome Street with his 5-year-old Havanese, Sammie, and his friend Sabrina Michals. As they crossed Lafayette Street, a woman in a jeep started inching forward in anticipation of the light change, and hit the fluffy little dog, pinning her underneath the front of the car.

People on the street began to yell and pound on the jeep’s windows, urging the woman to stop, but, seemingly oblivious, she continued to inch forward, moving over the animal, who was caught between the two wheels. When the light changed, she sped off, running all the way over the poor dog. Luckily, the only part of her body that was actually hit by the wheel was a paw.

“If she had been [all the way] under one of [the wheels], she would be dead,” Michals said. “She drove right over her.”

She grabbed the pup while Arbour dashed off in pursuit of the jeep.

They rushed Sammie to Blue Pearl Animal Hospital on 15th Street, and called the police. Officers arrived at the hospital, but said they couldn’t figure out how to file a report, and three subsequent visits to different precincts revealed the same issue.

In New York state, dogs are legally considered property rather than sentient beings. Leaving the scene after injuring an animal is punishable by a fine of not more than $100 for a first offense, and not more than $150 for a repeat offender. By comparison, fines for a repeat littering offense can be $350. In 2015, France and New Zealand changed their laws to recognize dogs as feeling beings, and this past summer an Oregon court did the same.

After learning this, Arbour decided not to go after the woman who’d hit his beloved dog.

“I realized there was no real point in chasing the driver other than to confront her,” he said. “If I took her to small claims court, they would only give me the value of replacing her, like replacing a toaster.”

Instead, Arbour has launched a grassroots movement aimed at changing New York law, and formed a nonprofit organization called Dogs Are Not Toasters (DANT). He’s started a petition, which already has nearly 500 signatures, and will soon launch a Kickstarter campaign to raise money to hire lobbyists and lawyers.

Charles Mirisola, a Manhattan-based negligence attorney not associated with Arbour, agrees the law needs to change.

“Unfortunately, even though so many people now consider their dogs family members, under New York state law they are simply property,” he said. “Even if a dog is hurt by a car, or viciously attacked by another dog, the owner can’t sue for pain and suffering to the animal or himself ... You can try to collect on veterinary bills but it would be difficult finding an attorney to take the case. I get calls about this all the time, and I have to give people the bad news.”

After four days in the hospital, six weeks in a cast and $11,000 in medical bills, Sammie is now back to his old cuddly self, but Arbour says his crusade goes far beyond the love he has for his own pet.

“If dogs were recognized as sentient beings, they would be protected from a number of modern day issues, such as puppy mills, grooming injuries or deaths, improper medical care, inhumane scientific studies, and vehicle hit-and-runs,” Arbour said. “This is not about Sammie. It’s about changing the law.”

nolu chan  posted on  2019-11-03   17:48:34 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#3. To: Deckard (#0)

COMPLAINT, Paragraph 52:

55. While the loss of Tesla’s companionship is the most important thing to Mr. Dempsey and L.D., they understand that the defendants may claim that Tesla was nothing more than a piece of property, and not the third member of their family. Even viewed so cold-bloodedly, Mr. Dempsey lost a great deal when Tesla was taken away from him and L.D. Mr. Dempsey had gotten Tesla when she was a puppy as a birthday present for L.D., and they had Tesla for approximately four years. During that time the claimant invested significant money in Tesla’s care and maintenance. In addition to the emotion loss of being deprived of a member of their family, Mr. Dempsey lost the amount he invested in Tesla over these years, which equals or exceeds $10,000. In addition, Mr. Dempsey and L.D. lost the anticipated future companionship, love and value of ownership of Tesla for her normal lifespan.

Normally families increase in size by making or adopting babies, not by purchasing or licensing new members.

Pursuant to New York law, dogs are property.

Stray and abandoned dogs may be destroyed because they are property.

Loss of one's property does not constitute loss of a family member for purposes of compensation.

As a matter of law, the taxpayer will not reimburse for four years of dog food and vet care. Nor does love of one's property generate additional compensation.

nolu chan  posted on  2019-11-03   17:51:00 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#4. To: Hank Rearden (#1)

" Piece of shit cop.

Take his job, pension, house, car, bank accounts - ruin the barackhole. "

Agree !!!

If the dog owner was Vito Corleone, the cop would be dead !!

Si vis pacem, para bellum

Rebellion to tyrants is obedience to God.

"If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went." (Will Rogers)

"No one ever rescues an old dog. They lay in a cage until they die. PLEASE save one. None of us wants to die cold and alone... --Dennis Olson "

People that say money can't buy you happiness, have never paid an adoption fee

Stoner  posted on  2019-11-08   9:28:51 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


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