[video] Owner Suing After NYPD Officer Fatally Shoots Beloved Dog At Point Blank Range!

Of course the NYPD are a trigger happy bunch and will shoot without provocation at the drop of a hair, but I don’t think she will win in a court of law. Her not properly restraining her dog (a pit bull) before she opened the door will probably sink her case dead in the water.

A grieving dog owner in the Bronx is now planning to sue the NYPD after an officer shot and killed her beloved dog. The deadly encounter was caught on camera in the Belmont section. The dog’s owner opened the door after hearing police in the hall. When the pit bull walked towards an officer, wagging its tail, the officer shot it in the head at point blank range. The owner, Yvonne Rosado, is suing the department and the city. The NYPD says it’s investigating the incident.

Remy Ma Trial: Day One & Day Two

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Remy Ma has started her trial today with a startling revelation that she and Makeda Barnes- Joseph struggled over the gun which then accidentally went off and critically injured Barne -Joseph. This is actually the first time that Remy Ma born Remy Smith has said her recollection of her former friend’s shooting. Facing up to 25 years in prison, this defense strategy will be crucial to Remy’s case because it is unlikely she will testify in her own defense due toOluwole Ajudun, 21, testified that early on July 14, 2007, after a party in Greenwich Village, he saw Remy get out of her Cadillac Escalade with a “silver chrome” gun.

“I saw her cock it back and jump in Makeda’s car,” he said.

Just moments later, he heard a pop and saw Remy leave Barnes-Joseph’s car.

Another witness, Crystal Ricks, testified that she saw Remy get in the car, she heard a pop and  her having committed violent acts  in previous incidents. Good defense lawyers always shy away from having their clients testify at trial. More on the trial at SOHH

Brandi Harper Update:

Oluwole Ajudun, 21, testified that early on July 14, 2007, after a party in Greenwich Village, he saw Remy get out of her Cadillac Escalade with a “silver chrome” gun. “I saw her cock it back and jump in Makeda’s car,” he said.

Just moments later, he heard a pop and saw Remy leave Barnes-Joseph’s car.

Another witness, Crystal Ricks, testified that she saw Remy get in the car, she heard a pop and she saw Remy get out of the car, but Ricks never saw a gun. (SOHH)