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Old 11-27-2012, 01:24 PM   #41 (permalink)
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He definitely needs some target practice. Again my opinion is worth nothing but during a lot of stressful situations adrenaline can over-shadow remorse/guilt. He may not have felt anything until well after the incident. Then again....he could be some kind of sociopath and felt nothing at all.

Im not defending the LEOs decision here. I'm just trying to have everyone understand that it is easy to sit and judge after watching a video. It is difficult to make split second decision. Training, training, training, training.....LEO needs more dog training. With the amount of stray dogs and un-trained dogs that get loose I think the training would be very valuable to could save some dogs lives.
My point was that they did have training and this is what they did with their training. They tased the dog twice and shot her five times in a residential neighborhood.

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This is the vicious dog that they had to kill!
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Old 11-27-2012, 03:21 PM   #42 (permalink)
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I don't think there is ONE person who would have had a problem if this dog had run out and attacked the LEO, the problem is the dog was trying to run away from them and was on a catch pole!!!!!!!! The Animal Control person was clearly also upset, it was COMPLETELY unnecessary to kill this dog, this action was akin to hunting big game cats in cages and shooting them, just appalling. I hope people learn that if an animal is running loose to call Animal Control, not the Police, the animals have a FAR better chance of surviving the ordeal. This was a pathetic situation.
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Old 11-27-2012, 04:56 PM   #43 (permalink)
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I don't think there is ONE person who would have had a problem if this dog had run out and attacked the LEO, the problem is the dog was trying to run away from them and was on a catch pole!!!!!!!! The Animal Control person was clearly also upset, it was COMPLETELY unnecessary to kill this dog, this action was akin to hunting big game cats in cages and shooting them, just appalling. I hope people learn that if an animal is running loose to call Animal Control, not the Police, the animals have a FAR better chance of surviving the ordeal. This was a pathetic situation.
This sums it up really well and I think the one holding the pole was lucky to not be shot to.
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