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    Police/Sheriffs Officers are not there to protect people or their property, just to write reports about what happened before they got there. They constantly deny complicity in any wrongful acts. The militarization of police agencies has begun and will only get worse until the people demand corrective action. Wake up America!
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    The man is fortunate it wasn't the Albuquerque Police Department that responded. APD would not only have shot his dog, but shot him also claiming he pointed a gun at them, or approached the officer aggressively.
    In Albuquerque the police department doesn't care who they shoot.
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    I am a real estate appraiser and have inspected properties for 14 years. I have dogs, some vicious, run out at me on a regular basis. I have NEVER been bitten. It has always been avoidable. I am a women, 5'3 and some dogs are as big or bigger than me. I do have my CHL, but for bad people, not bad dogs. There was absolutely no excuse for this shooting.
    We live in the country, not far from this and we have several large dogs for the very reason of protection!!!! This dog was not big enough to have done any damage even if she did bite him. He could have handled her with bare hands if attacked.
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    Shoot my dog(s)......I will shoot you. It may not be right away, but, I will shoot you. I will look you in the eyes so you know it's me.......and you will die. Slowly!
    POS LEO's.
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    Ive had cops shoot my dogs before and they were just lucky i was not there when they done that bc i would of drop a few shells myself. Most people are joking around when they say that kind of stuff but im not kiddn. My dogs are my kids so im not going to let some cop murder my kids especially if they tried shooting my dogs over barking... i was young young when i had to clean up my two dogs brains off the lawn and i said to myself that will never hqppen again. Im disabled now and my dogs are my whole world so imma fight and die for them bc i know they would fight and die dor me....
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    @KyleMFb Feel exactly the same about it, my kids are my world now, I am a widower, my kids don't live close enough to hang out a whole lot, my dogs are everything to me, I've been warned that there is a neighbor near by who will shoot German Shepards on site, if they get on his land, I live in an unfenced wooded area, this would end up a good old fashioned feud
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    @gsdlover If you're dogs are everything to you why don't you take better care if them,
    You let them run loose, You know somebody could shoot them but they still run loose.
    German Shepherds are large and intimidating and are known to kill farm animals just for fun. I wouldn't say I would shoot one on site but if it was acting aggressive or trying to harm any of my farm animals then it would be shot. Do you're neighbors and yourself a favor and keep you're dogs in you're own yard.
    Sorry to hear about you're wife I hope everything is working out for you.
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    The man had to drown his own dog because the cop wouldn't finish the crap job he started? He redefines the word pig. Disgusting excuse of a person.
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    The Brown shirts strike again.The filthy scum that to many have become.For my friends in Law enforcement that do not follow these fools I thank you.
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    Exactly, there are surely many good cops but these complete buffoons and radicalized police - shoot first make all police suspect
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    Seems like this is becoming more and more common, or perhaps we have access to the stories about it that didn't exist before. One thing is for certain, until these vermin are held accountable it will continue.
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    One of my good friends had his dog shot by police because of a noise complaint. Never even made the news.

    Unfortunately I think these are actually more common than we even see... and that's scary.
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    @AceLuby Oh, and another was just shot during a CA legal grow raid by the city police in Lake Tahoe. Again... no news report.

    Police know they can get away w/ shooting dogs and do it often.
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    @AceLuby This is happening all over the world. The police shot my brother's dog because the dog winced after the cop stepped on its foot. I heard of a lady who left her toy poodle on a leash on the porch while she went out for an errand. In the meantime, the police came to serve a subpoena. Not finding the woman home, the cop shot the poodle because it barked at him. Of course, the best precaution is to keep an animal confined if one is leaving the home or if one sees the police approach the home. It is high time the U.S. and other countries get rid of these rogue cops!
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    I respect police for the job they do, but they have been trained to be above the law and in charge of everything the moment they arrive, on top of that they are taught that everyone is a criminal. This must change. The only way I can see this type of change happening is that society starts demanding the prosecution and imprisonment of law enforcement officials including some states attorneys for abuses of power and serving of unfounded warrants.
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    Outstanding observation on your part and spot on. Para military police are our common enemy now. They are only trained to think in the worst case scenario and reply in enough force to ensure that any perceived threat is neutralized as quickly as possible. These people are badged cowards with government support.
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    @LBaskins

    Yes The Phoenix Police shot my daughters Chow.
    They just jumped over her back yard fence looking for a bad guy, and surprized her dog.
    They thought it was aggressive and shot and killed it.
    She and her children were devistated, The police said they felt bad...Thats all.
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    Serve and protect, my big, old butt. They are only there to file the report after it is safe for their azz to show up.
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    A few years ago, cops in my town pull over a van with a man, wife, 2 kids, and their dog. They make a "felony" stop on them, guns drawn, order everybody out. They get out and try to shut the doors to keep the dog from getting out. Begged the cops to let them shut the doors. The cops wouldn't, dog gets out, they shotgun the dog. When their names get released to the public in the paper, they got death threats. Cops turn around and sue the city for releasing their names. Lol. A couple resigned and moved out of town. Guess they couldn't take it when they screwed up. The reason they were pulled over? The man stopped to put gas in the van, left his wallet on top and it blew off, spewing money on the road. Real genius cops.
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    Wow. Humans are supposed to evolve into better beings. I'm not sure what we're doing, but I'm glad to realize I'm more than halfway into my life on this earth, so I don't have to witness how much worse it is surely going to get.
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    Thank you for this Greg.....

    This has got to be one the top sickest excuses for any kind shooting in this country and we all need to start swarming police departments that allow for this kind bull.....with our animals.....preferably rottweilers.....
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    The best part of this articel is the comment of the guy off camera that said why didn't he stay in his car if he was afraid.
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    I know several cops personally. They are not the brightest of individuals. Let's see....man calls cops to report a burglary. Cops come out and shoot his dog. It must have taken every bit of this guys will power not to beat the shit out of that dumbass cop.
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    99.999% of the police men and women in our country are honorable...Sadly, their stories are not often told:(
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    @haditup2here
    I think you are being wildly optimistic. Even the "good officers" can't be considered honorable if they don't speak out against the bad ones.
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    @galt45 True...This is my own perspective of the city and area that I reside. In my city, no one is above the law...Including rogue officers, even the mayor...A very nice place to live. On the top 10 list of places to raise a family and retire. One of the safest, most beautiful places on earth. Sure, we have drugs and crime, but our police force is top notch. No sign of corruption.
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    @haditup2here u are so wrong i would put that number some were around maybe 45 % no where near 90 what gated town do u live in i live in a sq mile town in nj and 80% of our cops are courpt thy have web sites about there underhanded tactics
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    I propose making Candy the mascot against police violence like this.....police stupidity.....police criminality.....

    Time to nut up or shut up people.....are we WE THE PEOPLE.....or are we slaves?

    Find ways to fight back.....legally but hard.....
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    It is going to take an uprising of The People for us to gain back all the rights we have almost freely given up to OUR government. The problem is though, WE can't get it together against each other long enough to join together in order to fight for US!
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