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Question Who’s to blame here?

Hi folks…Howdy? Hope everybody’s kushal mangal…

Ok… The news below apparently happened last week in a Miami suburb… An officer notices a car’s door left open & enters the house to notify the residents. The family’s pet dog rushes out excited with no signs of aggression (Barking or growling) .. This cop who’s got his gun ready to fire doesn’t hesitate to pull the trigger & goes on to shoot the two year old pet three times in front of the shocked owner.

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http://miami.cbslocal.com/2015/10/20...ront-of-owner/


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It’s heart-rending to watch the woman owner holding on to her dying dog soaked in blood.

Now is an open car door taken that seriously in the US (Such as a burglary or possible hostage situation)? Or is it a due responsibility of a dog owner to control his/her pet when it comes to cops? In this situation instead of the cop, it could have been a simple visitor or a milkman or anybody else. Surely they wouldn’t have taken this as an assault on them by a dog… There surely wasn’t any reason for the cop to shoot. The Florida cops have defended this trigger happy officer’s actions saying “We don’t have the luxury of hindsight ”


So as per my headline, who’s to blame here?
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