OK, lets just file this one in the “You have got to be kidding me” category. Or better yet … lets just find a rubber room because if ones thinks they can sue and get 1.5 million from the Murfreesboro Police for this … a psych exam may be in the future. Actually please tell us who should be taken out back of the Murfreesboro Police station , the plaintiff filing the law suit or the attorney that took the case? Unbelievable.
The Davis lawsuit, which was, amazingly, not filed pro se, notes that he was keeping one of the frozen cats so that he could submit the animal to the Guinness Book of World Records.
A Tennessee man who kept 114 dead cats and a dead German Shepherd named Snowy in three freezers is suing police for seizing and destroying the frosty animal carcasses, which, he claims, had “emotional value” to him and were destined for a pet cemetery he was building. William Davis wants $1.5 million from the Murfreesboro Police Department and other defendants, according to a complaint filed last week in Rutherford County Chancery Court. (The Smoking Gun)