Cop Shoots 4-Yr-Old Child in Attempt to Kill Dog

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2015/06/20

COLUMBUS, OH — We have received breaking reports that a 4-yr-old child has been shot by a police officer.

A bullet entered the child’s body while the cop was trying to shoot a dog, reports say.

An officer was on patrol when he received a call for help from a family nearby.

The call was for a medical emergency that the family was experiencing, according to reports.

What the family got was far from help.

As the officer arrived at the scene, he was allegedly approached by a dog, reports say.

Evidently, the officer thought it would be a good idea to take out his gun and start shooting.

That there was a 4-yr-old girl in range of the gunfire did not stop him.

That the dog could have been controlled by other, safer means did not stop him, apparently.

He just had to go for the gun.

Despite a child being nearby, he began opening fire on the dog, attempting to shoot it, and ended up shooting the girl in her leg instead.

He either missed the dog completely and shot the child, or his bullet ricocheted and hit the child — reports are mixed as to exactly how he shot the child.

Police are now claiming it was an “accident,” according to reports from CounterCurrentNews.com. 

The girl was rushed to Nationwide Children’s Hospital. This article will be updated as more information becomes available.

We are guessing the officer’s actions will be found “completely necessary and justified.”


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