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“Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me.” Transit Crime Unit Officer Juan Rodriguez walk his dog Caesar while being honored by more than 20 saluting officers as Cezar firmly took his final walk Thursday into the Animal Hospital in Manhattan.
Caesar, a 9-year-old German shepherd who also served in the military. Cezar was the first military dog to be adopted by the NYPD since the Transit K-9 unit launched in 2006. Caesar was deployed oversees three times and retired in 2012 from the military. He once saved a Navy SEALs squad when he detected two bombs. Shot while on assignment for @nydailynews#nypdtransitk9#nypd#nypdtransit#k9unit#usnavy#usnavyseal#germanshepherd#bombdetectionk9@nypd@nypdchiefpatrol@nypdchiefofdept@snoopy_bayonne
Not today buddy, what y’all think about this officer? 🤔
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5 hours ago
First off, prayers go out to the family and friends of Detective Brian Simonsen. Second, I’m not siding at all with the robbery suspect. But let’s be real. Cops need to be held accountable, period. A COP KILLED A COP. At what point do they start questioning the training these officers are receiving? Cops are NOT above the law! They are sworn to uphold and enforce it, not corrupt it and use it to their benefit. How many more innocent lives must be sacrificed before they open their eyes??? #policethepolice#policereform#friendlyfire#nypd