Secret Service MUST answer for Murdering Leashed Dog in Brooklyn

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On January 13th, 2020 (at approximately 9:45pm), an off-duty Secret Service agent shot and killed a leashed (pet) dog in (Windsor Terrance) Brooklyn, NY. 

The unnamed agent turned the corner from East 8th Street onto Caton Place where he came across a man (dog owner) and his girlfriend walking their female Belgian Shepherd. 

The dog started barking. This startled the agent who pulled out his gun and shot the dog. The agent claimed the (leashed) dog was unleashed and charged at him.

The Daily News has obtained a photo of the dog's body at the scene with her leash still attached. In response to this photo, a spokesman for the Secret Service said it "will not have further comment." 

As tax-paying residents of New York City, we MUST DEMAND that the Secret Service provide further comment; identifying and discharging the unnamed agent and/or detail the disciplinary action that will be taken.

Another "good guy with a gun" - unfit to carry a weapon on our streets. 

A barking dog does not justify murder.