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  • #83
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    Did you notice there is actually 11 percent of people who didn't think the officer went too far.....that is 11 percent of people I would not want to be around.....that is disturbing.....
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    @Knightkore Okay.....listen to 5:20 part of the video.....the owner is actually going to get cited for the dog not being on a leash.....the owner is getting punished not the psychopathic officer.....

    He murdered the animal and is ticketing the owner for privilege of shooting his dog.....damn.....what a stand up officer.....
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    I would like to meet him.
    In a dark secluded spot.
    I would have an animal behavioral lesson with him.
    I will most certainly treat him like the animal , chickenshit coward he is.
    He would get a heaping dose of his own medicine.
    But short of an overdose.
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    @Bleeding_Blue Let me tell you an interesting little side note.....dealt with some animal control officers along similar attitudes.....the law is you can't raise your voice to them, argue with, look at them funny or you will be charged with a felony.....very interesting police state we're coming to.....
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  • #31
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    No can do.
    Look closely at his actions.
    This man doesn't have and never did have balls. He's a miscreant of society and many end up in these positions of authority.
    Would you trust his decision making ability involving human interaction?
    I hope it's not preliminary training for society's future because there's some bad azz MF out there that will cull this weak criminal out quickly.
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    If he felt the dogs were such a danger and "he couldn't get out of the car with the two dogs surrounding me" then why did he get out of the car. This guy is a real fucking piece of shit. What was he doing responding to this call anyway, isn't this a matter for animal control. Shoots a guys dog then gives him a ticket. Fuck this guy, there is no other words.
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    Funny. I said the same thing about that ass-monkey Zimmerman. He shouldn't have gotten out of the car. But he did. And he gets away with murder under that stupid Stand Your Goround law.

    The good cop stood his ground.
    The dog is dead and he's still around.

    That second dog learned real quick. He ran back under the house and told the others, "Hey, they shot Pocko!!"
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    @Laradian dont point out the obvious hypocrisy on the board. granted, 50% of those posting about a cop shooting a dog in the line of duty were in fact the same clowns who defended Zimmerman and using the exact same rationalization that makes them some of the biggest scumbags i've ever seen but hey, let them pretend to actually have a conscience for a moment. even if it is a dog and not a human.
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  • #57
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    Another brown shirt POS amongst us.Did they not have animal control to contact,what was the urgency of the call he was responding to,was his taser battery dead or what?I would never wish harm on anyone but this fool is putting me to the test.
  • #76
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    Simple as the idiot calling in to dispatch, "call the owners of this residence and have them step out and secure their dogs" This shit for brains already had it in his mind to shoot the dog when it first started barking.
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    @miketost That and when someone actually wanted to be a cop to help people and fight crime, not to be a miniature tyrant with a General Patton complex.
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    Very good point. I would have called for animal control and observed the situation from the car, or turned on the red and blues and buzzed the siren til the owner came out to yell at him "those yours? Get them the ehf inside and come out!"
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    You are right. It seems like the whole video was just him talking, defending his actions because he had been bitten before. Looks like a simple warning shot would have worked. A lot of unarmed people are being shot also because cops are trigger happy. And scared. Probably because most of them are corrupt and have reason to be.
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    @Savannah

    His pepper spray would have worked.

    He might have waited for the owner to restrain the dog.

    And it didn't look like the dog was threatening, but excited.
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    This cop needs to be put down. He knew that dog wasn't a harm to him, he looks like he was annoyed with it when he shot it. If the guy was bitten by a dog before he knew this dog wasn't going to bite. Just as it's murder when a criminal kills a police officers animal such as a dog or horse, what this cop did was murder.
  • #213
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    You can only murder humans, not animals. The cop did what he had to do to protect himself. I can't fault him. Keep your dogs in your yard and people won't call the cops on them.
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    @Pr0-Lif3 Shoot a police mans dog and see of you aren't charged for murder. The cop had plenty of options. If he was fearful for his life like he said he shouldn't have gotten out if the car, used the PA system and sirens to tell the man to come out of his house. If you think that dog was going to bite the guy even when the dog just ran away when kicked by the sick fuck instead of attacking then you must just hate dogs. And you call yourself pro-life.
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    @Libertyiskey You are letting your emotions cloud your judgement and being ridiculous. This dog was not going anywhere. He ran away and came back! He was shot because he barked and lunged at a cop with teeth bared. The cop did what he had to and I value his well being over a dog.
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    @Pr0-Lif3 I notice you dismissed all the other options this low life had and the dog most certainly did not lunge with teeth barred. It would have been so hard for this officer to use his PA system or sirens or lights or spotlight on his car wouldn't it? It's just so tough to not have to shoot everything that pisses you off or scares/annoys you in life isn't it?
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    @Libertyiskey not to mention how would any animal react to that kind of aggression? If he was really worried a small bit a pepper spray would have sent the dog running as well (or as you said he could have just gotten back in his car).
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  • #56
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    That dog want going to bite him. He antagonize the dog by kicking him. The dog barked, so he shot him? Smh. He needs to lose his badge and or his gun at the very least. He should also have to personally pay for a new service dog and be required to train it.
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    THE DOG WAS WAGING IT'S TAIL NOT THREATNING WITH TEETH SHOWING COPS ARE PUSSIES . BETTER HOPE THEY NEVER SHOOT MY DOG WOULD BE GOOD THING FOR THEM
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    @Laradian I'm getting very close to an etiquette violation here, cowboy. It would be worth it to let you know what I think of you and your good christian morality.
  • #359
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    @NormalFlora
    Okay, Flora.

    I'll try to reign in the wrath -- for you. I tend to agree with you on a lot of issues. I don't want to be insensitive to pet lovers. I just love human beings more.
  • #390
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    @Laradian the animals life on the animals property, the police was invading my dogs are trained to defend there land, animal control should have been called not untrained cop

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    The cop did the right thing. Sorry, but before I get my leg ripped off:'Rover, your Purina Dog Chow days are over!'
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    @Laradian he shot an innocent dog who he was in no danger of and left a disabled man without his best friend and help. Yeah, kudos on the cop for making an ill advised decision. If the cop had previous problems with animals, then he should NOT have responded to an animal related call.
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    @bleakoutlook
    Yeah, no. If he had a bad past with animals, he shouldn't go to a call with animals? If a robber had punched him, then should he never go on a robbery call again too? I am not saying the cop was right. I think he probably made a bad choice. The video didn't work all the way through for me so I can not say too well, but what I did see, the dog WAS being aggressive and the owner didn't say he WAS a service dog but that he was LIKE a service dog. That tells me the dog was helpful to the man but not an actually trained service dog. Again, not saying it makes it right what the cop did, but I can not fully agree with your point either.
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    @Laradian the cop had a tazer with him he could've used. And if you know how defend yourself from a dog attack its not that hard. Granted every breed of dog is diffenrt but most dogs are easy to defend against
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    @bleakoutlook
    That cop nearly died in an emergency room from a dog bite once before. He could have left behind a wife and little children. Whose life is more important? A human or dog?
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  • #30
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    .... And yet people want these guys to be our only line of defense.... This guy should have been dismissed and brought up on charges. At no point did it warrant the kick or the shot, especially on someone elses property.
  • #301
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    @Sam-T-Jones Body language. It's tail was wagging and it was jumping around, it was excited by someone new. If the cop had thrown a stick the dog would have raced after it.
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    @Sam-T-Jones ...very easy, body language. Dogs about to attack don't wag their tails. I was a sentry dog handler for three years, I know dogs. This PIG was a gutless coward like most cops.
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  • #16
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    I can't bring myself to watch these types of videos, but there is NEVER an excuse to shoot a dog unless you are in IMMINENT REAL DANGER, or are terminally ill/injured and must be (humanely as possible) euthanized with a single, well placed shot.
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    One more observation with this cops attitude.....was it payback? Vengeance based on him having been bitten once before? That would mean his judgement was clouded. He should NEVER have been sent on the call. His supervisers should have known this.....
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    it's got to the point where cops need to prove they can handle a fire arm, that they shouldn't even get them right out of the college.
  • #205
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    This is why I became a fireman.

    EVERYBODY is ALWAYS happy to see a fireman.

    The only time most folks see a cop is in the REARVIEW MIRROR.
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    @Knightkore
    I don't fully agree with your assessment here.

    Cops don't get to cherry pick the calls they are dispatched to. You get a call, you GO.

    Cops aren't assigned calls based on their personal or emotional abilities to handle the call.

    If he was still traumatized from the previous dog call, he should NOT even be at work.
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  • #52
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    Bad post @politixgreg!!!!

    There are enough rotten things in the world without posting videos of some rouge cop killing a service dog.

    While PNWest doesn't always like people he does like dogs and doesn't want to see any of the injured or killed. Even when I was a itsy bitsy toddler I didn't think that Tricky Dick Nixon should have to give up Checkers. I was even very sorry to hear when Barney Bush passed. PNWest likes dogs - even republican dogs.
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    @PNWest I went only so far.....couldn't see where the cop shot him.....saw that with the other dog last year and it just got to me.....

    There are fundamentally very disturbed people who cop or otherwise that resort to this kind of unabashed senseless violence against weaker animals.....
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    @Knightkore I think the one last year was the one you were talking about was the one who jumped out of the car, I couldn't watch after it was shot. This one I did the same at first but then went back to the video and skipped ahead and watched that scum try to rationalize it to the man whose dog it(I can't refer to that scum cop as a human being) just shot and there's been fewer times in my life where I was as angry as I was while watching that.
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    @Knightkore As someone who has volunteered and worked in an animal shelter and seen what human beings can do to animals I don't have much stomach for this kind of crap. I don't know many who do.
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