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Kansas City Officer Rescues Lost Dogs


A moment of kindness in Kansas City captured the world’s attention on Tuesday. Social media users were all atwitter about a photo showing a Kansas City police officer sitting with two dogs in a grassy knoll off a ramp that leads to 75th Street. More Here.

December 19, 2014
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Ima Leprechaun @ 12/20/2014 11:48 PM

Good Job Officer!

krisnlc @ 12/26/2014 2:28 PM

The truth is that there are officers like this everywhere. Also this happens everyday in a police officers life. to include all the other stuff being posted now in the trail of Furgeson and other shootings. For example, officers buying eggs, formula, giving people breaks, blankets, food etc...Finally it is being posted to show officers are people. The truth is that with the exception of Tamir Rice (12 year old who got shot), the bad guys could have diffused the situation, but no, they decide to challenge the law the officer and the result is a tragedy. But you cannot look at all officers the same way. Even Tamir Rice, tragedy, cannot be said that the officer did it maliciously but those two acted hastily and probably should not be officers. But people understand it is a tough job. People are taught to hate you, and many kids today dont respect the law and their families feed that hatred by fueling oppression and discrimination. the bad officers will be founded! most are good.

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