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Old 07-16-2016, 04:57 PM   #301
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Next time you hear a noise in front of your apt, use the peephole. If you see cops, dont open the door to ask what's going on.


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Old 07-20-2016, 12:34 PM   #302
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Beware of Cop.

Police kill family dog at child's birthday party | KOKH

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Malone had just taken in the children from outside where they had been playing while celebrating the birthday of her five-year-old son. Inside the birthday cake and ice cream hadn’t even been served when they heard the bang from outside.

That bang was the sound of a Wynnewood police officer shooting the family dog. Opie was a three-year-old American Bulldog and Pit Bull mix. To her son Eli, he was his best friend.

“I would have fun with him when he runned around and we played tag,” Eli told FOX 25.

The adults ran outside to see Opie near the fence that surrounds their yard.

“He [Opie] was over here kicking and gasping for air,” Vickie said.

The police officer used a high-powered rifle he retrieved from his police vehicle to put the dog down. He fired two more shots from the rifle in front of the children.

Malone said the officer initially told her the dog had lunged at him through the fence. According to the Wynnewood police chief, the dog charged the officer. While he declined our multiple requests for a recorded interview, Chief Ken Moore said the officer told him the dog was vicious and attacked him by coming around the corner of the house. Moore said the officer tried to kick the dog off him once and then shot him.

However, the chief said he had not seen video of the aftermath of the shooting which was provided to FOX 25. The video shows the dead dog with a gunshot wound to his head lying near the fence, not near the house.

The police chief said the officer was serving a warrant, which gave him legal authority to be on the private property. However, the Malones said they were never shown any warrant. They were only told the officer was looking for someone who had listed that address as his ten years ago.

“He said he was checking to see if a guy name Shon McNiel lived here and no one here has heard of talking about,” Malone said. The warrant for McNiel was from a 10-year-old case and the police chief said the Malone house was his last known address.

However the police chief said the department was aware the Malones had lived there for the past year. He also told FOX 25 the address was a “rent house” and that multiple people had “moved in and out” in the past decade. Moore defended the officer’s presence there saying he “had to start somewhere” in his effort to serve the warrant.

“I respect what the police do, but this was senseless, but he didn’t show any remorse and didn’t even act like he was sorry or anything,” Malone told FOX 25.

The Malones believe the death of their dog could have been avoided either by the use of less-lethal force or by fact checking on the warrant.

No matter what the reason behind the death of Opie, Eli says he misses him. He made a small wooden cross to mark the backyard gravesite.

It hurts to lose a good friend; Eli says it hurts that no one with the Wynnewood Police Department has said they’re sorry.
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Old 07-29-2016, 08:36 AM   #305
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whoa guys this is a crazy story, never read anything like this before:

cops go to the wrong house, and shoot a dog!

Couple Furious After Cops Go to Wrong Home and Shoot their Dog, Ridicule them for Grieving

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It is an undisputed fact — cops shoot dogs. What’s more, cops often respond to the wrong address to serve a warrant or to investigate a complaint, and end up shooting an entirely innocent person’s dog. On Tuesday, officers with the Vallejo Police Department went to an innocent couple’s home and shot their dog right in front of them.

Officers were not only unapologetic after putting two rounds in Samantha Melo and her boyfriend Manuel Trujillo’s beloved dog Rambo, but they ridiculed the couple for grieving.

Around 6:00 p.m. Tuesday afternoon, Melo and Trujillo were outside with Rambo when three officers approached the house. Curious as to who was in his front yard, Rambo rounded the corner of their home to investigate. When he turned the corner, one of the officers shot him, twice.

“All I remember [Trujillo] saying is, ‘No, no, no, don’t shoot. He’s a good dog’,” Melo said.

“By the time I turned the corner, they already shot,” Trujillo said.

Rambo was shot once in his chest and in his left hind leg. The dog ran into the house, but the couple brought him back out to the front yard to apply pressure to his wounds. Melo said she became hysterical, according to KTVU News.

“I’m standing there, and one of the officers says to me, ‘You need to calm down because you’re being annoying’,” she recalled. “He said, ‘Are you guys arguing?’ We’re like, ‘What are you talking about? We’re not arguing’.”

Police were looking for a domestic dispute and randomly targeted Melo and Trujillo.

According to Lt. Sid DeJesus with the Vallejo Police Department, officers were given an address that did not exist, so they targeted Melo and Trujillo since they were the closest.

“The initial address given by the caller to 911 was an address that in fact did not exist,” DeJesus said.

DeJesus explained that officers attempted to taser the dog, but claims that the taser did not deploy. This forced another officer to immediately fire her weapon.

“This particular officer indicated that if she did not discharge felt that she would be immediately attacked by the dog,” he said, predictably. However, apparently, the postal worker who brings the couple’s mail every day has yet to feel this way.

After their dog was shot, the couple was told that they had to take him to the vet on their own. Luckily, Rambo is expected to survive.

When Melo contacted the department, officers explained to her that they had the wrong house.

“He said it was at the wrong address and all of that would be on the police report,” she said. However, DeJesus told KTVU that officers were at the right house — in spite of having a non-existent address.

It was also revealed that all the officers were equipped with body cameras. However, all three officers conveniently forgot to turn them on before approaching the home.

This is the second such incident in only a week in which officers responding to the wrong home shot a family’s dog. Last week, while serving a decade-old warrant to the wrong house, a cowardly cop gunned down the family dog as children watched in horror during a 5-year-old boy’s birthday party.
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this show you exactly how much police hate dogs:

https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...ckland-airport

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The dog, Grizz, was shot dead by police on Friday morning after he was spooked on the job and escaped about 4am. Pilots refused to risk passenger safety by taking off with the dog on the loose.

According to the New Zealand Herald, Grizz was not on the tarmac but on the outer perimeter of the airfield. Airport staff tried to catch him for three hours without success before instructing police to shoot him.

Staff had done “everything they could”, spokeswoman Lisa Mulitalo told Fairfax New Zealand. “We’re really upset about it”.

The airport initially tweeted that Grizz had “now been caught” but later posted a clarification that the dog had been shot.
shot dead a bomb-sniffing security dog, because they were dumb to catch it.
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Did no one at the airport have bacon?

Jesus, it's not like it's rocket science to get a dog to come to you...
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