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Old 09-08-2015, 02:53 PM   #261
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yup, didn't think you could.

I was going to accept dragons; ponies that can talk...close enough.
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I just find it hilarious to see someone requesting a rational, logical explanation for something in one of the "police are evil" threads.

Searching Google Images for "fainting pony" produced a surprisingly large number of results. Apparently, fainting is a running gag for the white one.
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i just find it hilarious that someone thinks that a police officer could just happen to be standing inside someone's home alone with their 16-yo daughter, and able to whip out a pistol and shoot a charging dog (that wasn't putting the officer him/herself at risk).

actually, it's starting to sound more plausible... when you factor in an underage girl alone.
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Old 09-09-2015, 08:23 AM   #264
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i feel asleep and killed guilty things. you understand DA.

No Charges for Hialeah Police Officer in Dead K-9s Case | NBC 6 South Florida

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A Hialeah Police officer whose K-9 partners died after they were left in his patrol vehicle won't face charges, the Broward State Attorney's Office announced Tuesday.

According to investigators, Officer Nelson Enriquez had just finished an overnight shift when he parked his marked police vehicle outside his Davie home on May 27. He later realized that he left the dogs inside the vehicle, but it was too late.

"Jimmy," a 7-year-old Bloodhound, and "Hector," a 4-year-old Belgium Malinois, were found dead.

Enriquez, a 13-year veteran of the department who has been a K-9 handler for the past seven years, was placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation.


Court documents showed Enriquez was called back into work after the overnight shift to search for a missing child. When he went home later in the day, he left the dogs inside the vehicle and went to sleep. He woke up a couple hours later and made the tragic discovery.

Necropsies showed the dogs died of hyperthermia, or overheating, the documents said.
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Old 09-23-2015, 08:51 AM   #265
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If you can't pay your bills, your animals can't have life.

SWAT Team Raided Family and Shot Their Dog Over Unpaid Utility Bill - Counter Current News

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On April 25, 2014, St. Louis County Police officers came to her house. Her son cussed at them. They inspected the home’s exterior and placed a “Problem Properties” sticker on the front window.

On April 28, Zorich called the police to follow up on the matter. An officer told her they were investigating the home for failing to have natural gas or electric service, as required by county ordinance. She admitted that the gas had been shut off, but said the claim about electricity was “bullshit.” The officer hung up on her.

Zorich called back and spoke to a different officer. This one sounded angry that he’d been cussed at by her son three days earlier. Zorich tried to set up an inspection for a time when her husband would be home. The officer told her that was fine, but that the investigation would continue in the meantime.

The next day, around 12:41 p.m., Zorich was at home with several family members and her pit bull, Kiya, when a St. Louis County Police Tactical Response Unit burst through the door without knocking, according to her suit. The unit had at least five officers with M-4 rifles, supported by at least eight uniformed officers.

The officers entered so quickly, Zorich’s suit alleges, that Kiya didn’t even have time to bark. A tactical officer fired three shots into the dog, and the dog’s “bladder and bowels released and she fell to the floor.” The dog “was laying on the floor in her own waste and blood struggling to breathe. She had a gaping hole in her chest.”

Zorich claims the officers kept trying to talk to her about the natural gas, but she was focused on her dog, whom she’d raised as a puppy and who (she says) had “never shown aggression to any person.”

At one point in the raid, Zorich alleges, an officer pointed his firearm at her son’s head and said “One word, ************, and I’ll put three in you.”

Zorich was taken into custody and later given a notice of violation from the Housing Inspector. It listed citations concerning her siding, guard rail, screens, window glass and deck.

When she returned home, she found beds overturned and items that had been on her shelves thrown to the floor.

suit docs: http://www.scribd.com/doc/267548853/...t-Louis-County
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Old 09-23-2015, 08:52 AM   #266
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if you own a dog, make sure you pay your bills.

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On April 25, 2014, St. Louis County Police officers came to her house. Her son cussed at them. They inspected the home’s exterior and placed a “Problem Properties” sticker on the front window.

On April 28, Zorich called the police to follow up on the matter. An officer told her they were investigating the home for failing to have natural gas or electric service, as required by county ordinance. She admitted that the gas had been shut off, but said the claim about electricity was “bullshit.” The officer hung up on her.

Zorich called back and spoke to a different officer. This one sounded angry that he’d been cussed at by her son three days earlier. Zorich tried to set up an inspection for a time when her husband would be home. The officer told her that was fine, but that the investigation would continue in the meantime.

The next day, around 12:41 p.m., Zorich was at home with several family members and her pit bull, Kiya, when a St. Louis County Police Tactical Response Unit burst through the door without knocking, according to her suit. The unit had at least five officers with M-4 rifles, supported by at least eight uniformed officers.

The officers entered so quickly, Zorich’s suit alleges, that Kiya didn’t even have time to bark. A tactical officer fired three shots into the dog, and the dog’s “bladder and bowels released and she fell to the floor.” The dog “was laying on the floor in her own waste and blood struggling to breathe. She had a gaping hole in her chest.”

Zorich claims the officers kept trying to talk to her about the natural gas, but she was focused on her dog, whom she’d raised as a puppy and who (she says) had “never shown aggression to any person.”

At one point in the raid, Zorich alleges, an officer pointed his firearm at her son’s head and said “One word, ************, and I’ll put three in you.”

Zorich was taken into custody and later given a notice of violation from the Housing Inspector. It listed citations concerning her siding, guard rail, screens, window glass and deck.

When she returned home, she found beds overturned and items that had been on her shelves thrown to the floor.

suit docs: http://www.scribd.com/doc/267548853/...t-Louis-County
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If you can't pay your bills, your animals can't have life.
I can't see the link at work. What series of events led from unpaid utility bill to no-knock SWAT raid?
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Old 09-23-2015, 11:03 AM   #268
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i posted in wrong thread.


the events were as followed:

the city cut off their gas, that in which violated a city ordinance. So a few days later a judge signed the raid issue so they could go confirm the house had no gas. They did a pretty thorough job--even checked under beds to see if there was any gas hiding under there.
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POSTED 12:45 PM, OCTOBER 9, 2015, BY ASSOCIATED PRESS AND CHRISTIE DUFFY, UPDATED AT 05:49PM, OCTOBER 9, 2015

BAYONNE, N.J. — Police shot and killed a pit bull in Bayonne, New Jersey this morning, shortly after it mauled a 5-year-old girl and her father as they walked to kindergarten. A bystander and the dog’s owner also tried to pull the dog back, and they were wounded in the fight.

All were treated and released for their injuries. The little girl is expected to be okay, but she suffered a 2-inch-deep open wound to her head, and punctures on her arm.

“I was just coming from my house, not even 5 seconds, I see the dog come from the next house, flying to us,” said Safwat Shnouda, whose daughter Despina was bitten.

Shnouda claims that the gate to the dog owner’s backyard, on West 20th Street in Bayonne, had been left open.

When the dog’s owner returned home this afternoon, he was bandaged and covered in blood. The first thing he did was put a lock on his fence, before darting inside.

“I’m more than sorry. I’m more than sorry,” he said, before closing the front door.

Neighbors say this was not the first time his dog attacked.

“It happened before. Just a few months before,” said neighbor Zozo Moawab.

“The dog barks all the time. We’re really like, scared to see him because I’m afraid he’s gonna jump the fence,” said another neighbor, Silvia Perez.

It’s a fear that police put to bed this morning. An eyewitness watched as an officer shot and killed the dog.

“Take it away, that’s it. Take that dog away. Why is it living with the people?” Shnouda questioned.

But fellow pit bull owners passing through the neighborhood said that you cannot blame the animal alone.

“The owners,” said Jonathan Vargas, who walked down the block with two pit bulls on Friday afternoon, "It’s how you raise them. It’s not the dogs.”

The Hudson County Prosecutor’s office has not yet filed any charges.





Police shoot, kill dog after it attacks young girl, others | New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV

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A little trouble with the cut n paste today, Joe?
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A little trouble with the cut n paste today, Joe?
Odd....


Fixed.
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An olide but goodie. Dog randomly attacks young boy for no reason. Cat kicks its ***. Police were nowhere to be seen.




Cats. Because when seconds count, the police are just minutes away.
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"Mommy, Am I Gonna Die?": Cop Aims For Dog, Shoots 4 Year Old, After Injured Mom Calls 911 | Zero Hedge

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Columbus Police Officer Jon Thomas responded to the house where he pulled out his gun and shot toward the family's dog (which he claims ran toward him), missed, and hit Andrea's four-year-old daughter Ava in the leg, shattering her bone.
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I'll be perfectly honest here.

Most of the time, when you criticize the police for shooting things (and have video evidence to go along with it), there is at least some redeeming basis in fact for doing so.

This video shows a police officer knock on a door, and the very first thing that happens after the door opens is that a large dog lunges out, follows the officer as he retreats, and jumps up onto him.

I'm sorry, but that was an entirely justified shooting. If, as a dog-owner, you don't want your large dog to be killed, you need to not let it jump out the front door and attack people without provocation.

The officer in that situation acted reasonably, and the family in question is anything but innocent.
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what if I had knocked on the door, without being a trained killer, without carrying, and simply allowed to dog to lick my hand?

would that have been unreasonable?


Cops shouldn't be allowed to solicit death by happenstance.

they can't sign up to a "dangerous" job, put themselves into "danger" and then claim they were "scared" as they go around ending life so they may or may not be harmed, in danger, maybe.


guess how many times a UPS, FEDEX, or postal worker has shot and killed a dog that's actually bite them in the line of duty? Guess how many of those people have died from wounds?
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watch this lazy officer run over a deaf and blind dog, then shoot it.

i suggest to mute the audio, you dont want to hear the screams of pain from the scared dog getting run over multiple times.

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Domesticated pet, or wild animal?

What are you posting here brainy?
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thats a deaf dog. someone called thinking it was a coyote, rapist showed up and just indiscriminately violated policy and ran it down over and over, and then finally shot it.

he will not be charged with animal cruelty, he will not be charged with destruction of private property, he will not be charged with improper use of a vehicle, and he certainly wont be punished on the job. the dog's owner cant even sue the officer directly because he's protected from lawsuits when acting under the "color" of the law. the person who made false calls to police wont be charged either. because if you call police something is going to die in an inhumane way -- that's policy.

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The man, who identified himself only as Scott, told CTV News his dog likely became disoriented by the weather Monday evening, which blew a gate open on his yard.

O’Neil told CTV News the animal was near her front door when police arrived. The OPP officer allegedly nudged the animal with his vehicle’s bumper. It would not move.

Scott said that because his dog cannot hear or see, it likely would not have responded when the officer nudged it with the bumper of his cruiser.

Sarah Leggett, another witness to the incident, told CTV News the officer later got out of his cruiser and shot the animal once.

Leggett and O’Neil said they are concerned with how police deal with animals, especially in residential areas containing children.

Leggett said a van arrived later and the animal was taken away. Scott said he has not yet been allowed to see the animal’s remains, which are in the care of animal control.
An officer was sent to the area to deal with the animal, which was “aggressive and possibly rabid,” Collingwood OPP said in Tuesday’s release.

“Due to the danger this animal posed to both people and other animals and for the safety of the community, police had to put down this animal.”

OPP Acting Sgt. Lynda Cranney said police are unable to confirm whether the animal was a dog, and will be incorporating witness statements, video, the officer’s firearm discharge report and other information into a detailed investigation into the incident.
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