by Tony Oliva
If you are like me you consider your dog part of the family. It seems more and more that certain police officers view them as target practice.
In Salt Lake City, hundreds of people have protested in from of the SLPD against the summary execution of lovable Geist the Weimaraner.
You might be saying to yourself that perhaps we here at Bullets First are getting too soft hearted and cannot accept that a dog had to be shot. That’s not the case here. Geist wasn’t a roving dog attacking children, not a trained fighter who would snap at anyone, not a rabid monster.
No, Geist was a lovable family pet whose only “crime” was being in his fenced in and locked yard.
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