Cop Enters Wrong Home, Murders Family Dog in Front of Children at 5-year-old’s Birthday

Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist

Wynnewood, OK — Gruesome. Infuriating. Tragic. Incompetent. Cowardly. Murderous. These are a few of the words that come to mind in regards to the recent puppycide by an Oklahoma cop.

“There’s something wrong with Opie,” said Vickie Malone’s 5-year-old son Eli, during his birthday party — after a Wynnewood police officer just shot their beloved family dog.  

According to Vickie Malone, she’d just taken the party inside to serve cake and ice cream when they heard a gunshot.

As parents and kids ran outside to see what was going on, the cop fired two more rounds into Opie with his AR-15 as horrified partygoers watched in disbelief.

“He [Opie] was over here kicking and gasping for air,” Vickie said.

The incompetent cop was serving a 10-year-old warrant on a man who did not live there.

According to Fox 25, Malone said the officer initially told her the dog had lunged at him through the fence.

Chief Ken Moore said the officer told him the dog was vicious and attacked him by coming around the corner of the house. Moore said the officer tried to kick the dog off him once and then shot him.

However, the dog was inside the fence on the owner’s property and the officer had no legal reason for being there. Also, video taken after the officer killed the dog, shows Opie a sizable distance from the gate, meaning that the officer’s claims were not entirely true.

The video shows the dead dog with a gunshot wound to his head lying near the fence, not near the house. According to Fox 25, Moore claims he hasn’t seen the video showing this yet.

As Fox 25 reports, the police chief said the officer was serving a warrant, which gave him legal authority to be on the private property. However, the Malones said they were never shown any warrant. They were only told the officer was looking for someone who had listed that address as his ten years ago.

“He said he was checking to see if a guy name Shon McNiel lived here and no one here has heard of him,” Malone said.

The warrant was a decade old and it was not clear if McNeil ever lived at the house. All the officer had to do was knock to find this out. Instead, he trespassed and killed the family pet.

“I would have fun with him when he runned [sic] around and we played tag,” Eli told Fox 25 as he wept for his lost best friend.

Eli has since made a small wooden cross to remember his dog. And, he tells Fox 25 that he still misses him.

“I respect what the police do, but this was senseless, but he didn’t show any remorse and didn’t even act like he was sorry or anything,” Malone said.

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

In an investigative report, it was discovered that a single police department in Buffalo, NY, shot 92 dogs in less than three years. In Southwest Florida, the News-Press discovered 111 instances of dog shootings among multiple agencies between 2009 and 2012, representing about 37 per year. According to the Chicago Tribune, Chicago Police shot approximately 90 dogs per year between 2008 and 2013.

It is an undisputed fact that cops frequently kill dogs.

In fact, puppycide by police is so common the Free Thought Project has reported on a story almost identical to this one. In 2014, at Rick Clubbs’ son’s 9-year-old birthday party, Officer Tarek Hassani showed up and killed the family’s 7-year-old black lab in front of everyone.

Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/cop-wrong-home-kills-family-dog/#UUWGEhQ5x6vFVM8s.99

13 thoughts on “Cop Enters Wrong Home, Murders Family Dog in Front of Children at 5-year-old’s Birthday

  1. Boo-hoo-hoo, I shot your dog. I kicked at him, I don’t know why he was aggressive. Boo-hoo-hoo, I love dogs, they’re fun to shoot! F’N pig.

  2. Cowardice on the part of pigs is nothing new, but stories like this never fail to disgust me.

    The silver lining here is that a bunch of children learned at an early age that the police are NOT the good guys.

  3. “As Fox 25 reports, the police chief said the officer was serving a warrant, which gave him legal authority to be on the private property.”

    You’re full of sh#t, pig. You have NO legal authority to even exist as a ‘police department.

    The murdering POS should have been shot on sight, once he killed that dog.

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

    AND THE STUPID SHEEPLE STILL THINK THEY’RE ONLY ‘HERE TO HELP’???

  4. All you f’g copsuckers need to watch these “heroes” in action and think of who and what you glorify. Your “heroes” do this with no reservation, remorse or impunity and you still don’t see or accept what violent sociopathic enforcers for the state they really are. They do it to people too, but you’re comfortable with their actions because you think you’re on their side of the blue line but it’s only a matter of time until you realize you’re not in THAT club either. WTFU

  5. “I respect what the police do, but this was senseless, but he didn’t show any remorse and didn’t even act like he was sorry or anything…”

    This idiot is expecting “remorse” from a pig who just killed her dog purely for pleasure. And if after that, she still “respects what the police do”, maybe she’ll be pulled over for a traffic-stop rape.

  6. I am waiting for a dog shooting incident where the bullet that is shot to kill a dog ricochets and kills a child.or kills a child while holding the dog when it is shot. I would like to read the policies of the police departments that allowed the indiscriminate discharge of weapons in the public. All those so called policies are not legislated into existence by the State legislatures. They are just arbitrary rules of the policy enforcers.

    1. already a case like that in Georgia where a cop was firing at a dog and instead hit the kid next to the dog.

  7. Disgusting! CRIMINAL!

    A 10-YEAR old warrant? Served from the back f’ing yard? By himself? This is bullsh*t — it sickens me that kids were there!

    I was a Deputy Sheriff in Memphis, TN years ago and was temporarily assigned to the Fugitive Squad from Patrol. Starting back in the early 1980s. Back then, police were MUCH different than the pus*ies riding around with their mirror sunglasses and automatic weapons, pumped on steroids these days.

    We would never have tried to serve a 10-YEAR old warrant by ourselves. Not even a misdemeanor warrant. Not just one guy. If you had a hit on a DMV check during a traffic stop, you could take one in custody if it was a misdemeanor warrant. Usually call for another car if it was a felony warrant. Always call for back-up if it was a violent felony warrant. Never go in the back door by yourself!

    Was this a felony warrant or a misdemeanor warrant? What was the underlying charge? Sorry, I’m just furious!

    Checking houses and apartments, you always went in at least a pair. Go to the front door and knock and have someone out back in case the fugitive runs. I can’t think of anyone who would have shot ANY kind of dog, inside a fence, on the property you don’t even know is a good address for the fugitive! Not even the biggest coward we had.

    I also was a trial lawyer for almost 15-years before retiring and happily day trading for years now.

    Glad I found this site! You all seem like people who have open eyes. Listening to the broadcast right now . . .

    1. Welcome to The Trenches, the one site where you’re guaranteed to find 100% truth. We don’t pull punches here, and we apologize to no one for our dissemination of the truth. Some of the most intelligent, well informed people I’ve ever met post on FTT. Hope you stick around.

      btw, if you do, many here have their user names shortened by the other posters… that would make you… ET.

      Enjoy!

  8. The time for talking is over. The only on left for all of us is to do onto the parasitic bastards is to wipe all of them of the face of the earth.

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