Man accused of shooting Lady Gaga’s dog walker mistakenly released from prison

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  • Authorities are looking for James Howard Jackson, who was released from a Los Angeles jail due to a clerical error.
  • Jackson is accused of shooting and critically injuring Lady Gaga’s dog walker.
  • The attack was caught on tape by the doorbell camera of a nearby home.

Authorities are looking for James Howard Jackson, who was released from a Los Angeles jail due to a clerical error, according to authorities.

By mistake, a guy accused of shooting and critically injuring Lady Gaga’s dog walker and stealing her two French bulldogs was released from prison.

A sheriff’s department stated James Howard Jackson, who was being held on an attempted murder allegation, was freed from a Los Angeles jail “due to a clerical error.”

Fischer was beaten, choked, and eventually shot during a violent struggle, according to authorities, in an attack caught on tape by the doorbell camera of a nearby home.

“Oh, my God!” exclaimed the dog walker on tape. “I’ve been shot!” exclaims the narrator. and “Assist me!” “I’m bleeding out of my chest!” and “I’m bleeding out of my chest!”

Fischer lost a portion of his lung in the traumatic occurrence.

“While I’m profoundly concerned about the actions that led to his release, I’m confident law enforcement will fix the error,” Fischer said in a statement to KABC-TV in response to Jackson’s wrongful release.

“I request that Mr. Jackson surrender himself to the authorities so that the investigation into the crime committed against me can be completed, whatever the courts decide.”

Two days after being abducted by a lady who claimed she found them tied to a pole, Gaga’s dogs were returned.

The woman had inquired about the singer’s promise of a $500,000 reward if the canines were returned “as is.”

Gaga, who rose to popularity with songs like Poker Face and Bad Romance, was filming a movie in Rome at the time of the incident.

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