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Old 07-24-2013, 09:19 AM   #101
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It is after all really the owners' fault for not making sure their dogs were properly secured inside their own home or fenced-in front yard.
except one of those videos i posted is an officer walking into a fenced yard, petting one of the dogs, then shooting the other that happily runs over to him.

but yes, it deserved to get shot. dont you know that dogs will eat pigs?
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What's the color for: please don't shoot my dog, officer?
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Police shoot family dog, family says unnecessary force | KFOR.com

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A burglary scare turned into a nightmare for one Oklahoma City family when the police officer checking on their home, shot and killed their dog.

“He told me that he ended up having to shoot one of my dogs,” Chris Reeves said.

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Turns out, the storm tripped his alarm.
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That's fucked up! Mark my words......someone shoots my dog, I will shoot them!
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Escambia County deputies shoot two dogs | wtsp.com

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Warrington, Florida (PNJ) -- Escambia County deputies climbed through the window of a Warrington couple's home in search of a suspect, despite having no search warrant, and shot two dogs, one of which died.
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More justice in Russia?!?! blasphemy, he was setup.
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Cops kill dog, handcuff kids in wrong-house raid

starting to notice a recurring theme with these?
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Baltimore police officer got a call about a ‘vicious’ pit bull and this is what happened next | Death and Taxes

Cop doesn't shoot vicious dog but adopts it. Has feeling cop gets fired soon.
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Man whose dog was killed by police charged with intimidating witness - latimes.com

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Prosecutors on Tuesday charged the owner of a Rottweiler that was fatally shot by Hawthorne police with a half-dozen felony counts for allegedly threatening a witness who recorded the incident.

Leon Cordell Rosby, 52, faces two counts each of felony dissuading a witness from prosecuting a crime, intimidating a witness and making criminal threats and one misdemeanor count of resisting arrest, the Los Angeles County district attorney's office said.

Rosby was expected to surrender Tuesday morning at the Airport Courthouse. Prosecutors were planning to ask ask for $310,000 bail.

If convicted, Rosby faces up to five years in state prison.
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Old 08-23-2013, 08:27 AM   #111
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Police Shoot Therapy Dog As They Raid Wrong Address Looking For Man With Expired Vehicle Registration | Police State USA

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LEANDER, TX — Leander Police went to the home of James and Renata Simmons acting on a warrant for unpaid vehicle registration on June 17, 2013. The warrant, however, was for a completely different town – Cedar Park, TX, and was for a person named Bradly Neal Simpson, someone the Simmons family, who have lived at this address for the past nine years, have never even heard of.
I just let my registration lapse 3 months and just got a ticket for; I'm REALLY happy they didn't bust into my house and shoot my cats and seize my property and sell it as it was used in a crime.

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Old 09-25-2013, 09:05 AM   #112
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I love America, just hate about 75% of everyone in it. I'm proud, wave a flag out front.


Woman says her 10-month-old puppy was shot in the head after asking officers not to shoot it... twice | Police State USA

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JONES COUNTY, GA — A woman says that her ten-month old puppy was shot in the head after asking officers not to shoot it — twice.

On September 22, Anna “Chrissy” Music-Peed, of Macon, GA, drove to the Jones County Sheriff’s Department to request an officer come to and investigate a vehicle that had been brought to her property by an acquaintance, that both she and her roommate strongly suspected to have been stolen. Music told policestateusa.com that it was a Nissan Xterra from Virginia Beach, VA. As Music wrote in a blog post, “I will not have that influence around my family,” saying she was trying to do the right thing by making a report. The acquaintance was still on the property and Music had not let on that she had gone to talk to the police.

Music wrote on that while she was providing officers with details of the stolen property, and the individual who had brought it over, she also explicitly told the police not to shoot her dogs.

“The puppy may jump, we have been trying to get her out of that,” Music explained, stating that the dogs were friendly puppies. She said the officers laughed and told her not to worry about it. Unconvinced, she emphasized again: “PLEASE don’t shoot my dogs, they are my babies.”

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About 5 minutes later is when the sheriffs pulled up, came flying in. Sgt Little was exiting the vehicle and as he was exiting I noticed he already had his sidearm trained on Ammo who was just sniffing around the ground wagging her tail. And then she looked up at him, did not growl, did not bark, and before I could say anything he fired his weapon. Shot her point blank in the head,
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Old 09-26-2013, 01:48 PM   #113
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Just another dog killed by police | Bad Cops On Camera

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I don’t need to write lines upon lines of words to explain this video. Just look take a look at it and then make your mind up on how trigger happy police work. The dog in the video wasn’t aggressive. Wasn’t biting anyone. It certainly wasn’t out of control. Turns out the owner of the dog had a neighbour who didn’t exactly get along so the neighbour called the cops to falsely report an out of control dog. As a result the cops shot the dog in the head for no reason. If you didn’t see it, all them cops had their stun guns withdrew. Instead they decide to kill it using a gun.
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Old 09-30-2013, 11:25 AM   #114
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Dog dead after encounter with Chehalis police officer « Lewis County Sirens.com



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CHEHALIS – A 68-year-old Chehalis man has contacted an attorney after retrieving his dog from the city animal shelter and finding it had a broken jaw.

Bruce Beauregard is both steaming mad and broken hearted about his 6-year-old Dachshund-mix he called Rowdy.

Beauregard was alarmed when the police officer sent to collect his pet said the dog was aggressive so he “offered him his boot” and then horrified when he saw his dog sitting in the kennel with his head hanging down and his face smashed up. He said he was afraid to look closely, but when he rushed to his veterinarian, his fears were confirmed.

“The poor little guy, he couldn’t even lick me or lick my face,” he said.

The 16-pound dog was euthanized the same day.
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Rowdy’s stay in the city’s temporary animal holding facility at the end of last month was unplanned. It began the evening of Aug. 23 when Beauregard was pulled over by a Chehalis police officer for weaving down South Market Boulevard and arrested for drunk driving.

According to the police report, the small dog in his truck was very aggressive when a second officer came to take the dog away.

Chief Schaffer points out the two officers got Beauregard out of the back of the patrol car and out of his handcuffs so he could assist in moving the dog. Beauregard said he helped them leash and muzzle Rowdy who was understandably upset.

“He was very protective of me, and didn’t like strangers handling me,” he said.

He said he warned them his pet wouldn’t like going to a kennel, wouldn’t be happy and wouldn’t eat.

Rowdy was taken to the city’s shelter off Kresky Avenue and after the officer finished getting breath samples and filling out paperwork, Beauregard was given his citation and then a ride to his home.

He tried to pick his dog up the following day, he said, but was told he had to wait until Monday morning.

Beauregard’s longtime buddy Scott Fanning who went with him described the same kind of puzzlement and apprehension when Officer Thompson addressed the men before opening the shelter door.

“He said, he was pretty aggressive when I was trying to get him. He was attacking me so I offered him my right boot,” Fanning said.

Once they got inside, they saw Rowdy with blood on his face, his jaw hanging and one tooth bent outward.

The officer was saying he thought the dog’s tooth was hurt and Beauregard was getting hot, asking who did it, who was taking care of his dog, Fanning said. Thompson replied he didn’t know, he said.

Fanning hustled his friend and the dog out the door and to the veterinary office, he said.

Two weeks later, Fanning said he still gets sick thinking about what transpired between a “big cop and a little dog”.

“I’m still crying, I can’t take it,” Fanning said. “He was one of my dog’s best friends.”
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Dog dead after encounter with Chehalis police officer « Lewis County Sirens.com



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CHEHALIS – A 68-year-old Chehalis man has contacted an attorney after retrieving his dog from the city animal shelter and finding it had a broken jaw.

Bruce Beauregard is both steaming mad and broken hearted about his 6-year-old Dachshund-mix he called Rowdy.

Beauregard was alarmed when the police officer sent to collect his pet said the dog was aggressive so he “offered him his boot” and then horrified when he saw his dog sitting in the kennel with his head hanging down and his face smashed up. He said he was afraid to look closely, but when he rushed to his veterinarian, his fears were confirmed.

“The poor little guy, he couldn’t even lick me or lick my face,” he said.

The 16-pound dog was euthanized the same day.
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Rowdy’s stay in the city’s temporary animal holding facility at the end of last month was unplanned. It began the evening of Aug. 23 when Beauregard was pulled over by a Chehalis police officer for weaving down South Market Boulevard and arrested for drunk driving.

According to the police report, the small dog in his truck was very aggressive when a second officer came to take the dog away.

Chief Schaffer points out the two officers got Beauregard out of the back of the patrol car and out of his handcuffs so he could assist in moving the dog. Beauregard said he helped them leash and muzzle Rowdy who was understandably upset.

“He was very protective of me, and didn’t like strangers handling me,” he said.

He said he warned them his pet wouldn’t like going to a kennel, wouldn’t be happy and wouldn’t eat.

Rowdy was taken to the city’s shelter off Kresky Avenue and after the officer finished getting breath samples and filling out paperwork, Beauregard was given his citation and then a ride to his home.

He tried to pick his dog up the following day, he said, but was told he had to wait until Monday morning.

Beauregard’s longtime buddy Scott Fanning who went with him described the same kind of puzzlement and apprehension when Officer Thompson addressed the men before opening the shelter door.

“He said, he was pretty aggressive when I was trying to get him. He was attacking me so I offered him my right boot,” Fanning said.

Once they got inside, they saw Rowdy with blood on his face, his jaw hanging and one tooth bent outward.

The officer was saying he thought the dog’s tooth was hurt and Beauregard was getting hot, asking who did it, who was taking care of his dog, Fanning said. Thompson replied he didn’t know, he said.

Fanning hustled his friend and the dog out the door and to the veterinary office, he said.

Two weeks later, Fanning said he still gets sick thinking about what transpired between a “big cop and a little dog”.

“I’m still crying, I can’t take it,” Fanning said. “He was one of my dog’s best friends.”
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Cop pulls up in squad car, randomly executes man's pet. (VIDEO) | The Libertarian Republic

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ANADARKO, OK – Police are investigating the random killing of a man’s pit bull. Carol Nix reported to Fox that the dog was not aggressive or bothering anyone when a police officer arrived and shot the dog from his squad car. I said ‘you just shot him?’ and he said ‘oh yeah,’”

Police Chief David Edwards rebutted that not everyone in the neighborhood agreed with Nix’s account, so the local news station interviewed others in the area to confirm. Fox talked to neighbor Janie Pettit who stated, ”He shouldn’t have shot it. He shouldn’t have shot it because it didn’t pose a threat. It wasn’t threatening to anybody.

A spokesperson for an animals rights group claimed, “This is basically a breed-specific murder. If that had been a collie, a lab, that wouldn’t have happened, but being a pit bull, it was his death sentence,” she said.

The dog owner was devastated to hear about his dog’s death. When he picked up his dying dog from the police, the officers wrote him a ticket for letting his dog escape.
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Probation Officer Shoots and Kills 2-Year-Old Jack Russell Terrier, Said He Gave Dog Verbal Command to Get Back - Hit & Run : Reason.com



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Antoine Jones, a probation officer with the Albany Probation Office in Georgia, went to the home of Cherrie Shelton to check in on her son and ended up shooting her 12-pound Jack Russell terrier, Patches, killing him. Shelton apparently called the Albany Police Department on the officer, which means he gave a statement to police.

According to the report filed with the Albany Police Department, Officer Antoine Jones stands at 6 feet tall and weighs nearly 300 pounds. The responding officer quoted Jones in the report saying, "He stated that he gave the dog verbal commands to get back but the dog continued to come towards him in an aggressive manner so he fired one shot at the dog using his duty weapon."
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Dog owner: Dog needs to have paw amputated after deputy shot her twice | Local News - WESH Home

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A local man is hoping his dog can walk comfortably again after he claims an unrepentant Palm Beach County Sheriff's deputy shot her early Tuesday morning.

Chris Widmann, 29, came home from his shift waiting tables at Seasons 52 late Monday night. He said that at about 1:30 a.m. on Tuesday, he let his dog out -- a 9-year-old boxer mix named Pepper -- and had a cigarette before calling it a night.

Then, the motion detector on the Jupiter Farms home he shares with two other people triggered a security light.

Widmann stood up, Pepper started barking and then two silhouetted figures became visible on the side of the home.

"Get your dog," one of the people said, and that's when Widmann realized it was an officer.

Widmann said he then told the deputies four times "She doesn't bite," adding that the dog never lunged toward them.

Nonetheless, a deputy fired two shots into Pepper's shoulder, Widmann said.

"What are you doing?" Widmann said he asked the deputy as he hustled over to comfort his injured pet, now left whimpering on the ground.

"You should have gotten your dog," the deputy told Widmann.

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"Scared" Mooresville, NC Cop Shoots Pitbull 3 Times, Owner's Truck After Calling Different Dog | Animals-Pets

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Yesterday was a terrible day for me. An officer from The Mooresville Police Department came to my house bent down on his knee and called my chihuahua to come to him out of my yard. Well she started walking to him…and so did my pit bull. The officers backup started to pull out her taser but before she could the other officer that was on his knee managed to stand up and fire his 9mm gun at my pit bull. Hitting her 3 times AND busting the back window out of my Suburban. One of the bullets went into Pinchs paw and shattered the bones. The others were deep muscle wounds in her other legs. Thank GOD we found a vet to help us with her. She had surgery last night and is going to be okay. But here’s my question…What would you do if an officer fired his gun at your house just to hit a dog who was not threatening him. He shot at her just because she was a pit bull. And he was scared. My chihuahua would’ve bit him before pinch would’ve. Even the vets said she was a wonderful dog and very gentle even with half her paw blew off. The MPDs claim person has already called about fixing my back window on my truck but I feel like they should pay the vet bill too!!! He called them out of their yard. Then shot my baby girl. Because he was scared. Keep in mind this was during the day in the middle of subdivision. I’m still shaken up by it all. I’m just thankful my baby girl is gonna be ok. But again I think MPD should pay for her vet bill. What do y’all think??









FOR THE LOVE OF GOD MT.NET, IF THERE'S ONE THING YOU DO IN LIFE, IT'S KEEP POLICE AWAY FROM YOUR PETS.
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This is too close to me! Mooresville is just 15-20 minutes away.....you ask me what to do? I shoot the ******! Good thing the local police know if it is a Rottweiler with a tail that they have a mentally unstable veteran who has already pulled a gun on them in the past (they were on my property and didn't leave when I told them, just being dicks! I called the LT and told him I was walking into my house to get my gun and if his officer was still in my yard I would consider that a threat to my life. I got the gun and went outside and made him leave at gun point! (I guess I should mention there was a situation with a neighbor and my dog and when I went to talk to the neighbor the cop pushed me to the ground. This was a day or two after I got home from neck surgery and was in a neck brace and could barely walk)). The LT of the Newton Police department has been to my house several times with the animal control officer. We are very friendly to each other and I have both their personal cell numbers.

If a cop shot one of my dogs I would kill them. No question.
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