Hoopa Tribal Police: Sadistic Behavior, Shoot Dog As Target Practice

The Miraculous Story of Rex

The Miraculous Story of Rex

Abused, Abandoned, Loved, and Shot by Local Police, Rex Survives

"...Rex would arrive about the same time as the students and make his rounds.  He greeted everyone with a dog grin and a tail wag.  He allowed the kids to play roughly, even kick him, and he never harmed anyone.... Rex had been taken off by the dispatcher to a wooded area.  There, he had been shot at with a handgun in what appears to be a target practice torture session.  This is a break away from past practices where dogs that bit someone were to be quarantined for ten days observation..."

Skippy Massey  Humboldt Sentinel  24 September 2012

Video SHOWS Cops Fired Into Detroit Home, Killing Aiyana Jones

Aiyana Jones case, attorney says Video shows police fired into Detroit home
By Corey Williams and Ed White  The Associated Press May 18, 2010

DETROIT -- Police who carried out a raid on a family home that left a
7-year-old girl dead over the weekend were accompanied by a camera crew for
a reality television show, and an attorney says video of the siege
contradicts the police account of what happened. Geoffrey Fieger, an
attorney for the family of young Aiyana Jones, said he has seen three or
four minutes of video of the raid, although he declined to say whether it
was shot by the crew for the A&E series "The First 48," which has been
shadowing Detroit homicide detectives for months.

Police have said officers threw a flash grenade through the first-floor
window of the two-family home, and that an officer's gun discharged, killing
the girl, during a struggle or after colliding with the girl's grandmother
inside the home. But Fieger said the video shows an officer lobbing the