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Oklahoma Cop Shoots, Kills Family Dog, Says it Was ‘Awesome’

Oklahoma Cop Shoots, Kills Family Dog, Says it Was ‘Awesome’

Okla. Cop: “Did you see her collar fly off when I shot her? That was awesome!”

Adan Salazar
March 21, 2014

An Oklahoma police officer shot and killed a family’s dog and later laughed about it to a responding animal control unit, reports claim.

On Wednesday, Ardmore resident Sarah Jo Ellen Brown reportedly arrived home to news that her family’s pit bull dog “Cali” was dead.

“When the owner, Sarah, got there, the officer said, ‘We shot your dog, she’s dead,” a Change.org petition launched in Cali’s honor states.

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Killing a dog is right up there with killing babies. I hope he develops golf ball sized kidney stones, trips and falls and paralyzes himself from the neck down and ends up in a dirty run down nursing home with a staff full of sadistic sociopaths, right nextdoor to an animal shelter and has to listen to barking dogs for the rest of his miserable existence.

“Don’t be in a hurry to condemn because he doesn’t do what you do or think as you think or as fast. There was a time when you didn’t know what you know today.” -Malcolm X

it's not just pit bulls, or Oklahoma, Texas Border Collie ...


"Hence, naturally enough, my symbol for Hell is something like the bureaucracy of a police state or the office of a thoroughly nasty business concern." ~~C.S. Lewis
Love won! Deliverance from Tyranny is on the way! Col. 2:13-15

Norton kills a Pooh

Once upon a time in the village of Poohville there came a new resident to the town. His name was Norton and he pulled into town carrying his large trunk that was as big as an elephant.

Now on the first night of Norton's stay in his new home, as he was trying to get some sleep, his ears perked up for he thought he had heard the faint noise of barking coming from somewhere outside his window. Curious as to where this noise was coming from, he got out of bed and strolled over to the window. On putting his big floppy ears to the glass, he heard the noise ever more clearly.

So not being able fall asleep, Norton decided to get up and go outside to investigate this strange noise. Now being that it was night, Norton grabbed his flashlight and went out into the flower patch that surrounded his house. There he sat down in his lawn chair awaiting patiently for the noise to continue.

And sure enough, he heard a "woof woof" in the distance. Then this was proceeded by different "woofs" coming from some place even closer. Then another "woof" came, and it was even louder. The noise kept getting louder and louder, until it seemed like the whole land was covered by the continual noise of "woofs."

So Norton decided to take action, He picked up his iphone and made a call, and then he began to speak:

“Is this the Poohville police department?”

“Yes sir,” replied the police officer.

“I want to report my neighbors for disturbing the peace.” Said Norton.

“On what grounds,” replied the officer.

“They are all making this loud barking noise and I can't sleep.” responded Norton.

“Oh that's just their pets,” replied the officer. "They all have them here. They are furry little creatures whom they call their pooh-poohs. You'll get used to their noise,” laughed the officer.

“No I wont,” replied Norton, “I have these huge ears that pick up everything.”

“Sorry Sir,” replied the officer. “But the village is named after these creatures, and we have laws in our town against anyone speaking evil of the pooh-poohs.”

“Do you mean to tell me these creatures have more rights then we residents do? I am a taxpayer!” cried out Norton.

“Sorry Sir,” replied the officer. “There is nothing I can do about the pooh.”

Now the next morning, after hearing of Norton’s Hubalooh over the pooh and his police complaints, the other residents of Poohville began to make snoddy little comments behind Norton's back.

“Watch out for him, he's one of those intolerant PoohPhobic people,” said Sandy Pooh.

“Yeah what's the deal with this new guy, he's nothing but one of those Pooh-Pooh Phobe's,” replied Randy Pooh.

“He must be one of those religious guys, they all have Pooh-Pooh Phobia,” said Dandy Pooh.

Norton just shrugged these comments off. But he became very curious about his new neighbors. So he decided to study the habits of the Poohville’s residents, whom he now called a bunch of Pooh-Pooh Lovers. So Norton got out his big magnifying glass, which he had used previously for his coin collection, and began to play Shirlock Holmes, keeping an eye on his neighbors every move.

The first thing he noticed was that every morning, whether it be rain or shine, hot or cold, Sandy Pooh would be dragged all around town by her pooh-pooh. Typically stopping at a red fire hydrant to rest along their journey. He also noticed Sandy Pooh carrying a plastic bag, that although he didn’t know what it was for, it spelled very horrid to Norton. Norton just could not understand how anyone would want to carry such a thing, or how anyone would have their lives dictated each morning by their pooh-pooh's.

Next, Norton began to investigate Randy Pooh. Now Randy also followed Sandy Pooh's routine each morning, and then would head off to work. After putting in a hard day’s work at the shop, Randy Pooh would then stop by the supermarket and buy all sorts of food and treats for his little pooh-pooh’s. But what was strange was that this left Randy Pooh with very little money to buy food for himself and his family. Yet day after day off he went to work, not realizing he was working mostly for his pooh-pooh’s.

Now Norton then went on to see what Dandy Pooh was up to. Now Dandy was quite a Dandy indeed. He followed the same routine as Sandy Pooh every morning, except to Norton's relief Dandy didn't carry that plastic bag with him, But for some reason this made his neighbors extremely upset with Dandy.

He also noticed that all the mailmen in this town all rode bicycles This was because none of the residents would keep their pooh-poohs on a lease, and all the mailmen feared for their lives in Poohville.

Finally, after watching them day after day and night after night, Norton concluded that the residents of Poohville cared more for their poohpooh's then they did for one another.

Now the next day, being that it was Sunday, Norton decided to attend a church service. And as he walked into the church he was surprised to find Sandy, Randy, and Dandy, all sitting in a pew staring back at him.

"There's that Pooh-Pooh phobe," whispered Sandy to the others.

Now what Norton hadn't realized was that he had stumbled into a Muttheran church, founded by Martin Mutter way back during medieval times. His Dogma included Solo Petto, the dogma that man is saved by his pet loving alone.

That was the last straw for Norton, He cried out.

"Hey people, God created man in his own image. He didn't create pooh-pooh's in His own image!"

The crowd gasped!

Norton continued "Didn't you read in your Bibles, in Genesis 9:3, where God said: "Every moving thing that lives shall be food for you. Just as I gave you the green plants, I now give you everything." Why are you worshiping your poohpoohs? They are animals that can be eaten!”

"Blasphemy!" cried out Dandy Pooh.

"He speaks against our Muttheran traditions!" yelled Randy Pooh.

"Pooh-Pooh Phobe!" cried out Sandy Pooh.

So the pastor called the Poohville police department who promptly came and arrested poor old Norton.

There Norton sat in jail behind bars, in the place they called the dog house, because the residents of Poohville, although they professed to be wise, they became fools, and they changed the glory of the incorruptible God into the image made like corruptible man - and birds and four footed pooh-poohs. Romans 1:22-23

This Fairy tale is from the Book "Christian Fair Etales", copyright John Argubright available at Amazon.

This isn't the half of it, either. Cats, both pet cats and

feral, get the same treatment by bad cops:


Nebraska police officer shoots pet cat....The more we’ve learned about this case, the more outraged we’ve become. When Larry went missing on January 13, his owners took immediate action to find him—knocked on doors, posted on Facebook—but after two days, they called the chief of police who confirmed Larry had been trapped and killed. They were devastated to learn that their beloved Larry was a victim of Bloomfield Police Department’s actions. The mayor has even admitted that the officer killed Larry. Alley Cat allies sent this e-mail, and they are advocating for a pet cat here, not a stray!

And who could forget this from an earlier DP post:


"Hence, naturally enough, my symbol for Hell is something like the bureaucracy of a police state or the office of a thoroughly nasty business concern." ~~C.S. Lewis
Love won! Deliverance from Tyranny is on the way! Col. 2:13-15


it was a PIT BULL

I would have no problem putting a few caps in any of those thug ghetto kid killer dogs either.


Maybe save a few of those caps for the hordes of irresponsible dog owners who by their ignorance and negligence have turned a good dog into one that many consider a monster.

Before pits became crazy popular it was rotts and dobbies and shepherds that were responsible for attacks.

Daughter of 1776 American Revolutionists

Abusive cops = domestic terrorists.

Preemptive strikes are necessary.

What would the Founders do?

Open Season on DOG KILLERS......

....its the Only thing they understand.

I would sue the police

I would sue the police department for this officer's deliberate destruction of private property, unwarranted emotional stress, and the complete disrespect for the US Constitution he swore an oath to defend and protect.

Send him to Russia where he belongs.

Never be afraid to ask simple questions.

He's a sick bastard either way,

But I do find it a little disturbing that people are more up in arms over the murdered dog than the murdered human in his past.


A dog has never flipped me off in traffic for no reason or voted Obama into office.

Honestly, I don't like most people but have never met a dog I didn't like.

At least with a human the police will make up some kind of nonsense in order to justify it. With a dog all it has to do is exist. That's what bothers me the most.

NOTE: I am not advocating violence in any way. The content of the post is for intellectual, theoretical, and philosophical discussion. FEDS, please don't come to my house.

Takes an especially evil, sadistic individual...

...to enjoy killing a beloved, defenseless creature, and brag about it simply because the animal has no legal rights, and the family can take no recourse.

Guy like that would enjoy killing person just a much, but just wouldn't brag about it.

This is another example of why we should not give certain individuals more rights and power than another individual. Meaning there should be no police.

Amendment II of the U.S. Constitution:

"A well regulated MILITIA, NECESSARY to the SECURITY of a FREE state, the right to KEEP and BEAR ARMS shall NOT be infringed."

-Nothing about 'police', or C.O.P.s (Constables On Patrol) in the Constitution.... THAT is the British system.

Time for American citizens to rid themselves of these locally authorized terrorist cells, and take upon the responsibility of protecting our communities and families ourselves!

Are you a POT or a PET - Person Embracing Tyranny?



I use Blue Wave, but don't expect one of THEIR silly taglines.

Mentally sick


before any cop shoots one of

before any cop shoots one of my dogs, that cop will get shot by me first..

My Dogs are like my kids. They are family.

You got that right


I hope to meet Officer Woolley someday...


my smile..

would not be a pleasant one..

Daughter of 1776 American Revolutionists

What The Heaven Is Wrong With Cops?

Doesn't this incite you to want to do something bad to this sick cop..

He should be relieved of duty forthwith and sent to a jail for no less than 2 years...

I hope this family isn't so traumatized that they'll never trust a police officer again...


"Doesn't this incite you to want to do something bad to this sick cop[?]"

Yes, it does: BOOM!

; )

What would the Founders do?


I hope they HAVE learned to never trust a police officer again.