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Enraged Resident Confronts Officers that Shot and Killed his Dog [VIDEO]

Sean Kendall recorded this video after learning that Police had shot and killed his dog inside his fenced back yard. He began recording on his way to his home, once on scene he confronts the officers.

Sean is 27-years-old and lives in Salt Lake City Utah. Police were searching for a missing child when an officer opened a gate and went into Kendall’s back yard thinking the kid may have been back there. That is where the officer was met by Kendall’s 3-year-old Weimaraner by the name of Geist. The officer reported feeling threatened and shot and killed the dog.

The video has gone viral and even garnered the attention of Guns ‘N’ Roses front man Axl Rose.

 

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