One of the assailants can be heard rehearsing the gun as they both approach Fischer
A security camera set up at the home of American singer and actress Lady Gaga’s 34-year-old dog walker Ryan Fischer, 30, recorded the moment gunmen shot him in the chest and stole Gaga’s French bulldogs at around 10 pm on Wednesday. Koji and Gustav write the Media.
Fisher’s attackers jumped not far from his home on Sierra Bonita Avenue in the city of West Hollywood while he was walking Gaga’s bulldogs Koji, Miss Asia, and Gustavo.
The video shows a white car stopping next to Fisher, and then two people got out.
One of the assailants can be heard rehearsing the gun as they both approach Fischer. He then tells him to “hand over” something to him. One of the suspects then attacked Fischer and knocked him to the floor. After that, there is a push between Fischer and the attacker, which lasts approximately 15 seconds.
In doing so, Fisher can be heard screaming “no, no” and calling for help as he tries to protect the dogs.
- Which, no! Fisher shouted as the assailant tried to take his dog away, dragging him from the dogs to the sidewalk. The armed assailant then shoots Fischer, who moans in pain.
The attackers then take the dogs into the car and leave the crime scene. In the video, one of the bulldogs can be heard moaning and growling as the attacker holds him.
Later, Miss Asia is seen running up to Fisher, who is rolling on the floor in pain.
- They shot me. Oh my God, they shot me! Please help me – it can be heard on the video.
Eventually, one of the occupants of nearby houses came to Fischer and called the police. “I’m bleeding from the heart, from the lungs, I’m bleeding from the chest,” Fischer tells the person. “They stole two dogs, a French bulldog. You’re Lady Gaga’s dogs!”
Police later said that Fischer was conscious when they came to the intervention and that he was communicative. He is expected to survive the shooting.
Police identified one of the attackers as a white man dressed in a black T-shirt and with a black cap on his head. The gender of the other attacker is not known, and police say he was dressed in black.
TMZ previously wrote that the attack on Fischer and the abduction of her dogs deeply shocked Gaga, who immediately offered $ 500,000 for her dogs to be returned to her, and said that she would “not ask any questions”. Gaga’s father told the New York Post that the whole family was shaken.
- It’s like they kidnapped your children. The whole family prays that they were not harmed. Shooting someone to steal dogs is wrong – he added and confirmed that he had talked to his daughter about the incident several times and that he had told her to be strong.
Former Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agent Frank Montoya condemned Gaga’s decision in a statement to the Media.
- By offering a reward, she jeopardized the investigation of the case, and encouraged other criminals to start stealing the dogs of famous people who will then pay them large sums of money for their return – said Montoja.