Huey was the subject of grisly footage that recently surfaced online, in which Army veteran 23-year-old Marianna Rollins and 25-year-old boyfriend Jarren Heng took the dog out into the woods near Fort Bragg and tied him to a tree before shooting him multiple times. His name is Huey.” Several outlets have claimed that Huey (identified as Cam) was Rollins’ dog, as well as a service dog- something Matt says is completely untrue.“Nobody’s tracking that I’m the owner of the dog,” he noted.The owner of the Pit Bull mix who was viciously murdered by a veteran and her boyfriend in North Carolina is speaking out, saying the current news narrative isn’t telling the story correctly, let alone the whole story.A soldier and owner of the slain dog -who wished to be identified only as Matt in order to protect his privacy- was shocked to find out that his dog, Huey (who was misidentified by several news outlets as a service dog named “Camboui”, or “Cam”) had been tied to a tree and shot. “Everyone keeps calling him “Cam” and that’s not his name.Both men also spoke in favor of organizing a face-to-face meeting around the time of the G20 summit in Hamburg in July, according to the Kremlin statement.It added: 'The aim is to create the conditions for the launch for a real resolution process in Syria.France says it is still seeking a United Nations Security Council resolution on Syria and that negotiations are a priority over possible military action, even if President Donald Trump has a 'rush of blood to the head' and declares war.The country's foreign minister Jean-Marc Ayrault's comments came as a UN vote on investigating a suspected sarin gas attack in rebel-held Khan Sheikhun, Syria, was last night put on hold by Britain, France and the US - so the countries could 'negotiate' with Russia first.
After completing basic training in 2014, Rollins failed out of Airborne School and was given assignment orders to Korea, which is regarded as a less-than-desireable duty station.
At least 86 people, including 20 children, died in Tuesday's attack on a rebel-held town in Idlib province.
Dozens more were left gasping for air, convulsing and foaming at the mouth.
Trump's decision to launch 59 cruise missiles against a Syrian airfield on April 4 in retaliation for a chemical weapons attack angered the Russians and led to some bitter exchanges between the two governments.
The White House said the two leaders agreed that 'all parties must do all they can to end the violence' in Syria and that Trump and Putin also discussed working together against Islamic militants throughout the Middle East.'The conversation was a very good one, and included the discussion of safe, or de-escalation, zones to achieve lasting peace for humanitarian and many other reasons,' a White House statement said.