This would tear me up if it happened to me.

Picture this: You have your dog safely confined in your backyard. The police need to enter the backyard to search for a missing child. When they jump the fence to search, they are threatened by your dog, and for their own safety, they shoot and kill your dog. What next?

If you're Sean Kendall, you go to them to confront them and ask why they did it and demand some accountability.

In defense of the officers, they have to do what they need to do to remain safe on their job. But is the man right? This is a heartbreaking story.