by Mikael Thalen, InfoWars:
Rosaleen Banner, owner of the pit bull Tata, told reporters with CBS Los Angeles that she discovered her dog in a pool of blood late Friday only moments after gun shots rang out in her front yard.
“I know people have bad intentions toward pit bulls but it all depends on how you raise them,” Banner said. “Not all of them are the same. And she was lovable.”
According to Capt. Timothy Marakami of the LA County Sheriff’s Department, the two deputies were left with no choice after pepper spray failed to stop the dog from attacking a female deputy. “In order to stop the attack, they deployed (pepper) spray, which didn’t stop the dog, and when the dog charged again that’s when the deputy actually fired to stop the attack,” Capt. Marakami said.