Dog killing Cops sink to a new low...

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  1. blinddog

    blinddog Elite Refuge Member

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    At what point does Law Enforcement realize they have severe issues dealing with their officers?


    "You could hear the dog screaming and crying in pain," Fleischer said. "I did see one officer that had been extremely aggressive that did have his knee into her chest that was tightening the noose. It seemed (they were doing it) relentlessly and unnecessarily."

    Fleischer then went into an ambulance, so she didn't see what happened next.

    Police said the officers then secured Nala using a dog pole, and an officer assigned to the emergency services division, later identified as Officer Jeffrey Bolger, went much further.

    "Unfortunately, at some point after the dog was contained, one of our officers used a knife and cut the dog's throat. This is outrageous and an unacceptable breach of our protocol," Baltimore Police Deputy Commissioner Dean Palmere said.




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  2. ReaPeR105

    ReaPeR105 Elite Refuge Member

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    Kind of sounds like they figured it out on this case.

    Did you read your own last paragraph?
     
  3. Scauphunter

    Scauphunter Senior Refuge Member

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    If I kill a dog it is a crime. Should be the same for the Cops without clear direct evidence that the dog was a threat.
     
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    And yet it continues to happen...weekly. This is not localized, it is nationwide. Pervasive throughout many, many agencies.
     
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    ReaPeR105 Elite Refuge Member

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    We were talking about this case. You refer to other cases I have no knowledge of.
    Bait not taken. Bye.
     
  6. blinddog

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    Well, then exactly what do they have figured out, in your opinion? Because if they had it "figured out", this would not have happened.
     
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    ignoring his role as a cop, I respect most of them
    his actions are an embarrassment to humanity
     
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    Well I see y'all are bitching about the brown shirts again?? I trust few of them. Like dad said "Son, if you can't do anything else you can become a cop"..
     
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    What did the dog do?? Eat the last donut?:nutz
     
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    He said "dog do".
     

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