Disabled Veteran Kicked Off Boardwalk Because of Service Dog

Oh America what a dark road you are choosing to go down, and it is a choice. We understand there are rules but there are times when you have to break the rules for the better good of man… or as we say in the business world make a business decision! Regardless of who, how or when this is just wrong.

Now time for the dark side of STR. I want to know the name of the officer. I want his name because this type of treatment toward one of our warriors must stop. It’s time to start making an example of those who act like automatons following orders instead of doing what is right. If we don’t start fighting back, in this case outing the officer, maybe raising some hell over this, then whats the sense of being in this fight of Saving the Republic?

Disabled veteran kicked off boardwalk because of service dog
By Matt Alba | NBC40
NORTH WILDWOOD – A disabled U.S. Army veteran, who served our country for 19 years, says he was kicked off the North Wildwood boardwalk last night, simply for having his service dog by his side.

Jared Goering served 1 tour in Iraq, 2 in Afghanistan, and spent 19 years as an active member of the Army. Jared said, “I served from 1993 to 2012.” He then told NBC40 he couldn’t sleep Thursday night because he felt so disrespected by a North Wildwood police officer.

Goering said, “Just like any veteran with disabilities with a service dog, to come back and be harassed and shown no respect, it upset me – it really bothered me. I was up most of the night thinking about it.”

A North Wildwood police officer issued Jared and his wife a summons because of the dog. Goering said, “I expected to get more respect from him because of the jobs that we both have to do.”

“He mockingly asked if all veterans get service dogs,” said Jared’s wife, Sally Goering, “his dog is medically necessary and he is a service dog.”...more