REASON VIDEO: Lady's dog got tangled in the lead with screaming which led to The Met Police being called to shoot two leashed dogs, Marshall and Millions KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Wednesday, May 17, 2023

REASON VIDEO: Lady's dog got tangled in the lead with screaming which led to The Met Police being called to shoot two leashed dogs, Marshall and Millions

Lady's dog got tangled in the lead with screaming which led to The Met Police being called to shoot two leashed dogs, Marshall and Millions. (Read More Here).

This is the actual incident and the whole reason why the police were called.

The lady's dog got tangled in the lead. That was it, and she started screaming crazy.

Police should have done their job and investigated the incident before deciding to murder 2 innocent dogs.

Marshall and Millions, two Staffordshire bull terriers, were gunned down in the capital earlier this month by Metropolitan Police officers after reports that the pair had mauled a woman moments earlier.

Their owner, homeless man Louie Turnbull, 46, who was tasered and arrested, has appeared in court charged with being the owner of a dog that was dangerously out of control.

The controversy deepened as a homeless man, present at the vigil outside New Scotland Yard, accused the Metropolitan Police officers of “murdering” Millions and Marshall. The man, who had been tasered by the officers, further emphasized his close bond with the dogs.

"Banners and posters are welcome. Please remember that this is not a protest. #justiceformarshallandmillions.”

Earlier this month, 200 members of Animal Rising, the group who disrupted the Grand National, held a demonstration outside Scotland Yard where Mr Turnbull told the crowd that officers had ‘murdered’ his dogs.

Addressing the crowd, Turnbull said: ‘They pulled out all their weapons. They were intimidating me and the dogs. And all they were doing was trying to protect me. I had them on the lead, I was pulling them away and they just murdered them. I can’t sleep'.

New footage has recently emerged, shedding light on the incident and adding fuel to the ongoing debate. The video showcases the taser victim affectionately cuddling his dogs, which were later shot dead by the Met police. Another video has also surfaced, seemingly capturing the events leading up to the fatal shooting.

The incident involving Marshall and Millions has stirred significant public discussion, with divided opinions on whether the dogs deserved to be killed. Animal welfare activists argue that alternative measures could have been explored, such as tranquilizing or rehabilitating the animals. Others maintain that the officers’ actions were necessary to protect public safety.

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