A security guard assigned at Windsor Village in Imus Cavite is accused of shooting and killing a family dog.
On December 16, Facebook user [name undisclosed] took to social media her anger and frustration after finding her Sinaya, a siberian husky, was allegedly shot and killed. The suspect was not named but identified as a security guard at the village.
“Injustice, there was no way Sinaya should have died like that,” she expressed on her Facebook post, describing the shooting as an“execution”.
Concerned netizens question whether the security guard should keep working in security jobs.
An animal only would get a gun and shoot somebody or anything over something so senseless, so unimportant. He could have just called the owner of the dog and tried to resolve this amicably.
It seems that many people should be stopped from having a gun, like people with anger management issues and “confusion” but what if his job requires to have a gun?
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