An unfortunate sign of the times… As people start to lose everything they are going to snap. Now a man is dead & a man who thought he lost everything really has.
This won’t be an uncommon story in the coming decade. People are tired of the banking industry taking everything they owned, they are tired of their animals being seized & their civil rights being trampled all over.
The scary thing is that now some whacko animal & police agencies are going to use this incident for use of force in animal seizures from here on out, mark my words, they will.
Believe me when I say it is only going to get worse from here on out
November 28, 2012
By Kim Minugh and Ed Fletcher
Police officers have had two brief phone conversations with the suspect shooter who has barricaded himself in a Galt home after fatally shooting an animal control officer earlier today, according to authorities. The suspect shooter, who lived at the 1st street home until being evacuated Tuesday, is 65-year-old Joseph Francis Corey, said Sacramento County sheriff’s Sgt. Jason Ramos. “The primary goal is to get him to come out and surrender,” Ramos said, adding later: “We are trying to establish his state of mind.” Authorities have not yet released the name of the animal control officer killed in the early afternoon shooting. A bank official who was with him suffered a “superficial wound,” Ramos said. Ramos said an armed sheriff’s deputy evicted the resident Tuesday. At that point, the locks were changed. The resident reportedly told the deputy that he had nowhere to take his animals, and that is why an animal control officer accompanied the bank officer today, Ramos said. Call The Bee’s Kim Minugh, (916) 321-1038. Follow her on Twitter @Kim_Minugh.
Photo caption: Police personnel on the street at the scene where an animal control officer was fatally shot this morning as the officer assisted a bank officer conducting business related to an eviction, according to authorities. Photo by Randy Pench / firstname.lastname@example.org