Cops Brag About Arrests & Killing Dogs on Facebook Live, Both Fired as a Result

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Two police officers in Mississippi fell victim to their own words, as the pair were fired bragging about shooting a barking dog dead, along with picking a random driver to pull over and ticket. According to reports, the two officers live-streamed their day via Facebook Live and started off with a convo that led into their admissions. The video of the stream was sent to the police and ultimately led to them being fired. In the video, the cops can be seen holding a conversation by a lake, that eventually progresses to being grim and dark.

One officer spoke on his “ass whoopin’ gloves” that he uses to brutalize people, while another officer can be heard saying “Man we shot the sh*t out of somebody’s dog. It ran to him, ruff ruff ruff, pow pow pow pow, like damn, Shots fired! Shots fired!” From there, one part of the video shows the officers itching for the moment to pull over a driver, with one of the officers saying “I wanna pull somebody over!” very excitedly. Further along in the video, one of the cops asked viewers to give more “hearts” to the live feed. He noted that if the viewers stopped liking the video, he would turn it off. Shortly after saying that, the officer killed the feed.

The officers’ police chief Andre Loyd noted that he had not seen the video yet. When asked about it, Loyd said “‘I haven’t seen the video yet. right now, we’re investigating it through my internal affairs. As soon as they come through with their findings we’ll take care of that situation.”

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