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Ohio Cop Tries To Shoot Family Dog, ‘Accidentally’ Shoots 4-Year-Old Girl Instead

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http://countercurrentnews.com/2015/06/ohio-cop-accidentally-4-year-old/

Reports coming to us out of Columbus say that 4-year-old child was shot by a Columbus Police Officer in Whitehall, Ohio.

Local 10TV News was on the scene after word came over the scanner that a patrol officer answered a call on Chandler Drive around 3 in the afternoon.

Witnesses say that’s when a family on the block started screaming for help.

The Columbus Police Department has confirmed to us that the officer responded and “was trying to help an injured woman, a dog inside the home charged him.”

The officer was trying to shoot the family dog but missed and shot the 4-year-old girl in the right leg instead.

According to Columbus Police, “the girl is in stable condition at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.”

As second injured woman who was in the same home has been taken to Columbus’ Grant Hospital for treatment.

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The US police seem to shoot dogs for the sake of it now.

Any dog is seen as a threat, and any threat must be neutralised with a gun.

Psychos.

Maybe he shot the girl as a warning to the dog. The cop seems to have avoided being mauled so it obviously worked.

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They need PC Dixon!

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Maybe the little girl was carrying a toy gun that looked like a real one

Or she could have had concealed explosives strapped to her body

Either way better to be safe

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