Deputies Exonerated In Shooting of Mayor's Dogs
June 24, 2009
The Prince George's County sheriff's office has concluded that SWAT deputies did nothing wrong when they charged into the home of the mayor of Berwyn Heights during a drug investigation last summer and fatally shot his family's two dogs, the Washington Post reports.
The findings of the internal review "are consistent with what I've felt all along: My deputies did their job to the fullest extent of their abilities," Sheriff Michael Jackson said at a news conference.
The announcement drew immediate condemnation from Mayor Cheye Calvo.
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Mike @ 12/21/2012 9:32 AM
...F****** lieing PIGS, the mayor was set up BY THE POLICE...do some history, you will see...The police shot the dogs, and then cuffed the mayor's mother in law and puched down into the 1st dogs blood...the dogs were killed just to intimadate the people
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