If you have not yet heard about the Hawthorne city cops who shot a dog dead in brutal senseless fashion, check out our story here.
Karma’s a bitch:
Today, one of the cops in Hawthorne was killed. By accident. However, looks like karma did some vigilante justice of its own?
Sgt. Leonard Luna, a 10-year veteran of the Hawthorne Police Department, crashed while he was on his way to pick up his service motorcycle from a repair shop in Long Beach, according to Lt. Scott Swain, a spokesman for the Hawthorne Police Department. His dead body with a puddle of blood can be seen from the aerial picture above.
This comes on the heels of over 10,000+ death threats being lodged upon the Hawthorne Police Department by angry pet owners & decent human beings over the unjustified unprovoked quadruple shooting of a rottweiler named Max just 8 days ago….
Even an individual, purporting to be associated with the hacker group Anonymous, posted this video:
Although this guys paint job grammar stills are pretty embarrassing making you think some 10 year old put on a mask & is saying he is anonymous, or he is overseas so he just has broken english – one or the other. I don’t think a hacker who is obviously intelligent can be so illiterate:
Another Hawthorne Cop goes on blast
“Want to blame someone blame the dog owner for not minding his own business and putting himself and the officers in harms way, he should be prosecuted to the fullest letter of the law including the death of his pet,” said Vasquez.
& finally, a few days ago, Manuel Vasquez Jr, another police officer from Hawthorne, defended the dog killer Jeffrey Salmon’s actions by blaming the dog’s death on its owner. Despite the enormously overwhelming outrage against the shooting, Officer Vasquez echoed the typical sentiments among officers nationwide, in this incoherent & rambling pig headed broken-English rant, which was posted as a comment to this “Message to the Community from the Hawthorne Chief of Police“:
The opinions on these scum bags are so overwhelmingly lopsided that there is no need to add my input on this one. Go to that Message to the Community from the Hawthorne Chief of Police Robert Fager & just read the thousands of comments – 99% of which are decrying the murder of the dog.
The outrage continues as online petitions at change.org, causes.com and whitehouse.gov have collected more than 130,000 signatures of people calling for Jeffrey Salmon to be fired.
“This is a horrifying event,” said Melanie Brierly, who commented on the Change.org petition. “The dog should not have been shot. Just because you have a badge doesn’t make you god.”
“Enough is enough,” said Hilda Vazquez of Los Angeles, who also commented on the Change.org petition. “This happens time and time again police a/k/a thugs killing innocent animals and arresting (people) for no reason.”
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