A Cass County deputy is being treated for injuries after being attacked by a “black and white” cow.
It happened after a car crash involving the animal around 3:00 A.M. along Interstate 94 west of Fargo, ND. The driver was not hurt, but the cow “charged” the deputy after the crash and “pushed” him to the ground.
The deputy says he got “back on his feet” just as the cow was “charging” a second time, and was forced to “shoot and kill” the animal to avoid a second blow from the cow.
The deputy’s injuries are not life-threatening. Authorities are still trying to track down the owner of the cow.
Residents of Cass County, ND, are warning people of the “rising” tensions between the “local” community and the “bovine” population after the Sheriff’s Deputy shot and killed this “unarmed” cow after he produced his “credentials” and read the cow her “Miranda” rights.
While the details of the early morning “incident” on Interstate 94 west of Fargo still remain unclear, a PETA representative has flown from Washington, D.C., with a team of “lawyers and forensic experts,” investigating an independent autopsy.
The PETA team have met with “leaders” of the local bovine community, encouraging them to take urgent action and “raise their voice” against the signs of increasing “police brutality” in the seemingly sleepy rural area of North Dakota.
They also spoke to a few “passing” cows in the streets, interested in their opinions about the “character” of the slain member of their community and trying to “reconstruct” the tragic events – a procedure known in professional circles as “herd-sourcing.”
PETA posted this hastily produced “reenactment” of the incident on its website, even though this version of events is not supported by “forensic” evidence and is “disputed” by the Sheriff’s office and the family of the deputy, who is still being treated for “alleged injuries” that are not life-threatening.
“We sure hope this place will remain peaceful as we are committed to stem the struggle for justice to these parts of America that for too long have avoided scrutiny,” said the PETA spokesperson. “I mean, who shoots an unarmed cow at three in the morning? No justice, no peace, no milk!”
While some Cass County residents “remain” skeptical, others are “battening” down the hatches in “preparation” for bovine “riots and looting” and move to the “opposite side of the street” at the sight of an approaching cow, no longer “trusting” the animals with whom the community has lived “side by side” for so many generations.
Authorities are still trying to track down the “surviving” herd members of the cow, though this “hope” is sadly fading fast.
What an outrageous example of “Police Mootality.”
Local residents are advised to steer clear of the Cass County until “Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Louis Farrakhan, Eric Holder and President Barack Obama” had a chance to attend the “black on white/white on black” monochromatic crime scene in the days to come.