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Old 07-11-2013, 11:51 PM   #111
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OK, New situation. Cops shoot dog for standing inside a garage and barking at them. Should they have shot it?

http://www.mrconservative.com/2013/07/21130-police-shoot-dog-four-times-after-already-having-it-securely-caught-with-pole/
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Old 07-12-2013, 12:21 AM   #112
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OK, New situation. Cops shoot dog for standing inside a garage and barking at them. Should they have shot it?

http://www.mrconservative.com/2013/07/21130-police-shoot-dog-four-times-after-already-having-it-securely-caught-with-pole/

That's pathetic!! They had already restrained the dog?

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OK, New situation. Cops shoot dog for standing inside a garage and barking at them. Should they have shot it?

http://www.mrconservative.com/2013/07/21130-police-shoot-dog-four-times-after-already-having-it-securely-caught-with-pole/
This one was over the top ridiculous and these Officers should be convicted of Animal Cruelty and serve a 5 year minimum without parole and a Felony conviction upon their record.

**** EDITED - Don't go there ****

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Old 07-12-2013, 03:55 AM   #114
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I was stunned at how well behaved the dog was. He was not even in his own home, but had a crystal clear idea of where the boundary (the doorway) was that was "his" territory. He never crossed that imaginary line.

I would like to see those officers hung out to dry for this one.
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The "nosy neighbor" should be prosecuted for a false police report. The cops went there expecting to find a vicious, out-of-control dog. The cops should be disciplined for shooting the dog, as they had already talked to the guy in the house, who had explained the situation to them. I think that one cop was just really enthusiastic about the chance to shoot something.
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...I think that one cop was just really enthusiastic about the chance to shoot something.
Well, the Border Patrol is probably about to hire a whole bunch of new recruits...just sayin.
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Once the dog was in a pole and noose, it's pretty much rendered defenseless. I have no idea why they shot that dog. And couldn't they have tased it instead? But it actually didn't need to be tased, either.
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The "nosy neighbor" should be prosecuted for a false police report. The cops went there expecting to find a vicious, out-of-control dog. The cops should be disciplined for shooting the dog, as they had already talked to the guy in the house, who had explained the situation to them. I think that one cop was just really enthusiastic about the chance to shoot something.
Bingo...

I find it ironic that harming a "police dog" in manny jurisdictions, carries the same penalty as harming and officer... Yet there seems to be NO penalty for a cop harming a citizens dog?

Had any civilian accosted and shot a dog sitting calmly inside and open garage we would be tried for animal cruelty but...

...because a busybody called 911... and because the shooters/instigators were cops it's ok?

I would really like someone in law enforcement to explain to us why these "blue light gang members" felt the need to do anything?

Is it more work to confront the 911 caller when the scene does not reflect the call?

...or does "getting your gun off" get you out of buying donuts for the week?

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I'll bet there will be one cordial relationship between that guy, the "nosy neighbor", and the owner of the dog from now on. They may be in the news again soon.
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I'll bet there will be one cordial relationship between that guy, the "nosy neighbor", and the owner of the dog from now on. They may be in the news again soon.
Hopefully the dog owner and sitter are better with their shovels than "nosey neighbor" is with the phone.
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