A Rains County, TX sheriff's deputy accused of shooting and killing a farmer's dog for no reason has been fired, officials with the county sheriff's office confirmed Thursday.You know, I expect that if I shot sumd00d's dog like that, they'd print my name. Ah, but the Deputy had been sprinkled with magic Government dust, and so was one of the Only Ones who can't be named. Because you wouldn't want the poor dear to not be able to get another Po-Po job where he can shoot up some more pets, right?
The deputy argued that the dog, Candy, threatened his safety.
Candy’s owner, Cole Middleton, is a third generation dairy farmer. After Candy died, Middleton began a campaign on Facebook that is getting national attention and said she was killed for no good reason.