Police Execute Puppies While Serving Warrant

This story is so sickening I was hesitant to post it. WARNING: this blog contains graphic content.

Video has surfaced on YouTube of the aftermath of a police raid on a Huntington, West Virginia home – and it isn’t pretty.

Infowars reports,

officers serving a DWI warrant the day before the defendant was scheduled to appear at a court hearing regarding the charge entered the multifamily dwelling and immediately shot and killed the residents’ three dogs, two of which were puppies only a few months old. Three bullets were fired into each of the canine’s heads, execution style. One was cowering under a table in an act of submission when he was neutralized.

The exact details are scant and unverified, but the videos below speak for themselves (WARNING again – the second video contains graphic content).



According to Infowars, pot was found at the scene, but “the subject in question was only in possession of about 3 grams of marijuana which had been rolled into a blunt.”

The local NBC-affiliate WSAZ didn’t play any video footage of the dead dogs, reporting instead that police murdered the family pets because they were “a safety issue.”

“The S.W.A.T. team was utilized to make entry because of the anticipated threat from animals and possible other threats,” Huntington Police Sgt. Darrell Booth said. “As a result, a couple of animals had to be put down through the course of the entry. It’s under investigation.”

Sadly, these latest canine killings are three more in a long succession of brutal police dog-murders going back years.

Drug prohibition kills. Pets and people:


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Until the War on Drugs ends, they will keep adding to the body count.

Jeremiah Vandermeer
Jeremiah Vandermeer

Jeremiah Vandermeer is Cannabis Culture Chief of Operations and Editor of Cannabis Culture Magazine & Pot TV.

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