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  • #91
    Your anger is misplaced. If the cops were not adhering to procedure they would have been dismissed. The men in uniform are exactly what the police chief and mayor wanted. Think about that long and hard. As long as the voters keep voting in the same people at the top....nothing will change. Oddly no one has mentioned the ultimate hypocrisy. Shoot a police dog and that will never be swept under the rug no matter how threatened the perp may have felt.

    "This is a disturbing statement that only adds to the problem. So in instances when police come to the wrong house and terrorize the family and kill the dogs, and the family sues, they just get paid off with someone else's money (ours)."

    Wooglin this is how the insurance company has operated for decades.
    Removing a single turd from the cesspool doesn't make any difference.

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    • #92
      Originally posted by bonehead View Post
      Oddly no one has mentioned the ultimate hypocrisy. Shoot a police dog and that will never be swept under the rug no matter how threatened the perp may have felt.
      The police k9 never mistakes who he goes after. His handler might, but again that is not the dogs fault. Police dogs are released with a warning. You do not shoot a police dog by accident.

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      • #93
        Originally posted by bonehead View Post
        Your anger is misplaced. If the cops were not adhering to procedure they would have been dismissed. The men in uniform are exactly what the police chief and mayor wanted. Think about that long and hard. As long as the voters keep voting in the same people at the top....nothing will change. Oddly no one has mentioned the ultimate hypocrisy. Shoot a police dog and that will never be swept under the rug no matter how threatened the perp may have felt.
        I don't know who you're responding to and I don't get the context of this post. What incident are you referring to?

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        • #94
          Originally posted by Wooglin View Post
          I don't know who you're responding to and I don't get the context of this post. What incident are you referring to?
          You know perfectly well who I was responding to or you wouldn't have even asked. I did not cite a specific reference but police consider a K9 as a full fledged member of the force. You shoot the dog and they consider you a cop killer. They shoot your dog they shrug, have a round of high fives, and walk away. It was after all....just a dog. Hence the hypocrisy.
          Removing a single turd from the cesspool doesn't make any difference.

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          • #95
            Originally posted by zraver View Post
            The police k9 never mistakes who he goes after. His handler might, but again that is not the dogs fault. Police dogs are released with a warning. You do not shoot a police dog by accident.
            Not a question about mistakes or accidents. A dog does not have to be a K9 to die in the course of his duty. If shooting one dog is just fine (in self defense) but shooting the next (in self defense) is bad that is a double standard and it is wrong.
            Removing a single turd from the cesspool doesn't make any difference.

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            • #96
              Originally posted by bonehead View Post
              You know perfectly well who I was responding to or you wouldn't have even asked. I did not cite a specific reference but police consider a K9 as a full fledged member of the force. You shoot the dog and they consider you a cop killer. They shoot your dog they shrug, have a round of high fives, and walk away. It was after all....just a dog. Hence the hypocrisy.
              Actually no, I didn't know who you were responding to, hence the asking. I still don't. I'm not sure what a police k9 has to do with anything mentioned, nor what mayor you were referring to. The cops that raided the mayor's house were from another area. It wasn't their mayor, assuming that's what you were even referring to. Whatever.

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              • #97
                Originally posted by bonehead View Post
                Not a question about mistakes or accidents. A dog does not have to be a K9 to die in the course of his duty. If shooting one dog is just fine (in self defense) but shooting the next (in self defense) is bad that is a double standard and it is wrong.
                A suspect legally ordered to reveal himself and/or surrender by the police who have probable cause to detain him does not have the right of self defense. You cannot shoot a police dog in self defense under almost any conditions unless the police first screw the pooch in such a way to make even their normal keystone cop routine look like a model of professionalism.

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                • #98
                  Originally posted by zraver View Post
                  A suspect legally ordered to reveal himself and/or surrender by the police who have probable cause to detain him does not have the right of self defense. You cannot shoot a police dog in self defense under almost any conditions unless the police first screw the pooch in such a way to make even their normal keystone cop routine look like a model of professionalism.
                  So you would let a dog maul you and perhaps one of your kids just because it was a police dog. There is yet another issue you and I differ.
                  As for me if any animal comes after me with the intent to do harm I will fight back with extreme prejudice and with any means at my disposal.
                  Removing a single turd from the cesspool doesn't make any difference.

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                  • #99
                    Originally posted by bonehead View Post
                    So you would let a dog maul you and perhaps one of your kids just because it was a police dog. There is yet another issue you and I differ.
                    As for me if any animal comes after me with the intent to do harm I will fight back with extreme prejudice and with any means at my disposal.
                    Cops tell me to reveal myself or they are sending the dog in.... I am revealing myself. No dog mauling to worry about. Yet another issue where we differ, I actually know what my rights are and where and when they apply.

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                    • Originally posted by Wooglin View Post
                      Actually no, I didn't know who you were responding to, hence the asking. I still don't. I'm not sure what a police k9 has to do with anything mentioned, nor what mayor you were referring to. The cops that raided the mayor's house were from another area. It wasn't their mayor, assuming that's what you were even referring to. Whatever.
                      Sorry, I had been on the roof all day and was a bit burned out when I replied. I am not referring to any specific event as for shooting a police dog. What I am saying is that the very same cops that are more than willing to shoot the family dog and think it is no big deal will have a completely different mind set if you shoot one of their police dogs. Suddenly shooting a dog is a huge deal. It is that double standard I am referring to.
                      Removing a single turd from the cesspool doesn't make any difference.

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                      • Originally posted by zraver View Post
                        Cops tell me to reveal myself or they are sending the dog in.... I am revealing myself. No dog mauling to worry about. Yet another issue where we differ, I actually know what my rights are and where and when they apply.
                        Kind of funny how you berate cops then assume that a cop with a K9, and the dog itself, will miraculously do everything moral and by the book 100% of the time. You are also assuming the perp is going to hear the cops give a warning and that is not universal either. When flight/fight kicks in people's worlds become very small and not everything is seen or heard.
                        Removing a single turd from the cesspool doesn't make any difference.

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                        • Originally posted by bonehead View Post
                          Sorry, I had been on the roof all day and was a bit burned out when I replied. I am not referring to any specific event as for shooting a police dog. What I am saying is that the very same cops that are more than willing to shoot the family dog and think it is no big deal will have a completely different mind set if you shoot one of their police dogs. Suddenly shooting a dog is a huge deal. It is that double standard I am referring to.
                          My guess is it is not K-9 police officers that shoots dogs.
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                          To make mistakes is human. To blame someone else for your mistake, is strategic.

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                          • Originally posted by zraver View Post
                            The police k9 never mistakes who he goes after. His handler might, but again that is not the dogs fault. Police dogs are released with a warning. You do not shoot a police dog by accident.
                            1 min worth of google search says your wrong.

                            These were not mistakes? Dogs are perfect. They must have sensed that there was evil in these people

                            Maplewood Man Accidentally Attacked By Police Dog CBS Minnesota

                            The 65-year-old’s walk on July 2 was one he’ll never forget. Maplewood police officers were chasing a young man they believed was armed, and they released a canine. But that dog went after Rozmarynowski.
                            or here. a 10 yr old kid

                            Police Dog Bites Boy In Oldbury Back Garden

                            Or this young girl

                            http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...lays-park.html

                            Thoese would have been dead K-9s if that had been my family.
                            Last edited by Gun Grape; 14 Jul 13,, 22:12.

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