05_Flatbed_2 - APRILWhen NYPD officers open fire, there’s a good chance they’re putting a dog down, like the Wednesday shooting which injured three cops and a civilian. One in four police shootings took aim at the animals in 2005 and 2006, and they hit their canine marks with more than twice the accuracy of human targets, who were only hit with 23.4 percent of the bullets fired at them. |NYT|