Jill Rosen and Brent Jones
Baltimore Sun
August 4, 2010

Stunned dog owners and residents of a Severn neighborhood are shocked that authorities won’t be charging a federal police officer who shot and killed a Siberian husky Monday night at a community dog park.

  • A d v e r t i s e m e n t
  • {openx:49}

Bear-Bear, a brown and white husky that was about 3 years old, was playing in the Quail Run dog park at about 6:30 p.m., running off leash inside the fenced-in area, when the officer and his wife arrived with a German shepherd, who was kept on a leash. When the dogs began to play roughly, the federal officer asked Bear-Bear’s guardian, his owner’s brother, to call off the dog. But before he could do anything, the officer pulled out a gun and shot Bear-Bear, according to the husky’s owner.

Bear-Bear, who belongs to Rachel Rettaliata, died of his injuries a few hours later. County police did not name the federal officer.

Eat like a king, stock up at eFoodsDirect today!

Rettaliata said that after the officer shot Bear-Bear, the dog didn’t yelp or cry, just lay down in the grass, bleeding heavily. “He just went and laid down,” she said. “I just can’t get over it and I don’t think it’s being taken seriously because it was an animal involved.”

Read full article

RELATED: Dog Murder Double Standards

RELATED: Neo-Cons Scramble To Downplay Shameful Puppy Video

Government Admits they Deal Heroin, Terrorize Families for Pot

Also, Ultra 12 is back by popular demand! Get the ultimate source of energy at 40% off now!


Related Articles


Comments