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For the last year FBI agents have mounted a
massive campaign saying they now will track
people who abuse animals.


This was after FBI agent Lovett Ledger
was arrested and convicted after shooting and killing
dogs in his neighborehood.


FBI supervisors refused to fire FBI Ledger
after his conviction for this crime.

This got the FBI propaganda office cranking
out stories likw this.
After all it is all about how FBI agents
appear to the public.


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Capgras Syndrome: FBI Monitors Man With Mental Disorder That Makes Him Believe His Cat Was Evil

http://www.healthaim.com/capgras-syndrome-fbi-monitors-man-mental-disorder-makes-believe-cat-evil/37683


Jan 25, 2016
Capgras Syndrome: FBI Monitors Man With Mental Disorder That Makes Him Believe His Cat Was Evil

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) reportedly is monitoring a 73-year-old man that thinks his cat had been replaced by an identical



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http://fortheloveofthedogblog.com/news-updates/dog-killing-fbi-agent-gets-a-slap-on-the-wrist-video


Dog Killing FBI Agent Gets a “Slap on the Wrist” VIDEO
Sunday, July 12th, 2009 at 8:40 am

Lovett Leslie Ledger indicted for shooting dead of neighbor's dogThere are times when I’m not sure why I ever actually expect more from our justice system. Last February, a Waco, TX FBI agent, a sniper and member of the FBI SWAT team, Lovett Leslie Ledger, Jr. shot and killed a neighbor’s little 3-lb chihuahua named Sassy, with a pellet rifle and although indicted for felony animal cruelty the only ones who paid for this crime were the dog with its life and the family who lost their tiny little furry family member.

Cyndi Mitchell, who lives across the street from FBI agent, Lovett Leslie Ledger, told authorities that she witnessed Ledger shoot the dog in front of her house with a pellet rifle on Feb. 29.

Mitchell has said that her dogs were barking and she went to the door and saw Sassy walking on Estes Road in front of her house.

The dog lurched to one side upon being shot, then rolled into a yard where she died, she has said.

“I’ve never heard a noise like that from an animal,” Mitchell said, describing it as “a screaming sound.”

As neighbors gathered around the fallen dog, Ledger took the pellet gun, turned and walked inside his house with one of his children.

Initially when confronted by authorities about the crime, Ledger lied but changed his story when witnesses came forward.

He was later indicted by a grand jury for cruelty to animals, a state jail felony punishable by up to two years in a state jail and a $10,000 fine.

Pleading no contest, Judge Matt Johnson in 54th District Court sentenced Ledger to two years deferred probation and ordered to perform 300 hours of community service. Not only that, if he completes the term of probation, the conviction will be expunged from his record.

FBI spokesman Erik Vasys said Wednesday the agency will determine whether Ledger faces any sanctions, which could range from suspension to dismissal, after an internal inquiry is completed. Initially it was reported that if convicted of the felony, that would mostly likely be the end of his career, with Ledger getting deferred adjudication probation, the FBI will probably just let him get away with it too. After all, if
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March 24 2016


EXCLUSIVE: NYPD cop shoots, kills Bronx family’s beloved dog in incident captured on video (WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT)

Updated: Thursday, March 24, 2016, 9:08 PM

http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/bronx/nypd-shoots-kills-bronx-family-beloved-dog-graphic-article-1.2576863


One minute Yvonne Rosado was dancing with her pet pit bull inside their Bronx apartment — and the next, her dog was dead in the hallway, a city cop’s bullet in its head.

A gruesome video captured the officer, responding to a domestic violence call at a neighboring apartment, pumping a fatal gunshot into beloved 4-year-old Spike.

The pet’s devastated owner says the cop needlessly lost his cool when the typically pleasant pooch, its tail wagging happily, wandered outside before the Feb. 13 tragedy.

“The officer just reacted badly,” a teary Rosado told the Daily News on Thursday. “I was screaming, ‘He’s friendly! He’s friendly!’ But he still did that to my dog.”

DOG SURVIVES NYPD SHOOTING, COP IN HOSPITAL FOR RINGING EARS

Rosado, 42, said Spike posed a threat to no one, comparing her slain dog to a fluffy Sesame Street favorite.

“He was like a big Snuffleupagus — a gentle giant,” she told The News. “He w
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