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Old 09-22-2012, 09:01 AM   #1
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these guys just waiting to shoot their guns off at anything

And here we go...
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Old 09-23-2012, 09:01 AM   #2
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I would be damned if my dog went charging out the door at ANYONE who knocked...I think the fault lies with both parties.
Agree with that.. The owners should not allow the dog to charge at anyone, especially a cop with a gun. Don't open your door unless your dog is contained. And the officer was probably a bit to quick to shoot. Obviously at the wrong address.
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Old 09-23-2012, 09:01 AM   #3
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I just hate to continue seeing these abundance of stories, pertaining to the whole "cops shooting dog" lately. Yes I can't argue that it's not the owners fault in most of these cases lately, but it also paints a clear picture as to the cops quick reflex, to shoot any dog in movement these days. Zoey always charges the door barking when someone knocks especially if they bang. I would never in my right mind open it without having her restrained. So for the sake of sanity, people need to have the common sense to contain their damn animals and not allow their pets to be put in horrific situations like these. Don't give the bloody cops a chance.

The story about the cop who shot the dog that was on a chain however, which the cop was also "at the wrong address", is the only one that just infuriates me at the thought.
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Old 09-23-2012, 09:01 AM   #4
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not sure which precint that is.....a simple public recorsds request will get the public cops name
i will get the officers name by public records request (ohio's sunshine laws) and put it all over the internet......

baby dino ~ I will give you this one moment of attention from me. I am calling you out.
Post the officer's name, regardless of media accuracy or your unconsidered consequence? The public will also expect you to post your name, for credibility. Attempt to cause harm to a police officer, for a presumed offense without legal authority, will certainly gain attention and investigation.
The internet is not a playground for your personal attack on a Columbus Police Officer.
What is your knowledge of police work and proper canine containment?
The area of Columbus in which the incident took place is one of high crime. (FACT per Columbus Div. of Police and CrimeStoppers)
Part of a CPO's on the job training, in this area, is to ROUTINELY decipher the purposeful misconstrued information called in to a dispatcher, for the callers personal gain. Examples include: gang retaliation, domestic disputes, drug dealers reporting their
competition (FACT per recorded dispatcher 911 calls, offender statements, and CPO reports).

The transient and some known permanent residents of the area.....when they actually NEED law enforcement, they call 911 and are unable to give accurate information as to where they are, due to alcohol/drug intoxication, as a consequence of their transient lifestyle (crashing here, there, everywhere, or "hiding" out), or old age/very young age. (again FACT, per dispatcher calls, and CPO written reports).

The area is known to use their dogs as a PRIMARY means of intimidation, for protection against unlawful and lawful people, to protect their drugs, guns and territory, to symbolize strength, to dog fight, and to use as weapons. (FACT, per Columbus Police Department reports and arrests, and the civil resident population).
This is an unfortunate reality to their law abiding, responsible family, friends, and neighbors.

I want to know....
If you went to the door of a house, to provide a public service, and the person answering the door had a canine restrained, THEN without warning UNRESTRAINED, tell me how would you DECIDE in a millisecond if the canine was following an "attack" command, or a victim of ignorance on part of the human hand "containing" the dog?

If in that millisecond you did not "shoot to kill", resulting in an injury, which deemed you incapable of SERVING and PROTECTING (via taxpayer dollars) the infant, child, spouse, parent, or loved one,.....how would you explain it to the HUMAN in need of your training, expertise, street knowledge?????

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Old 09-24-2012, 09:01 AM   #5
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LINK------> Owner Says Police Unnecessarily Shot Dog | WBNS-10TV Columbus, Ohio COLUMBUS POLICE RESPOND TO WRONG HOUSE AND KILL PITBULL I heard it live on internet police scanner. it was unit 132, not sure which precint that is.....a simple public recorsds request will get the public cops name. "radio.....i had a pitbull charge at me and I had to put it down , i am going to need a supervisor" then some supervisors would talk to eack other on "supervisors channel".... i could use public records request and get the supervisors radio communications as well, as that is not on the internet scanner,,,,, May 10, 2012 10:48 PM COLUMBUS, Ohio - A dog owner Thursday was distraught because police said that they were forced to shoot her pet. According to the owner, Amber, who did not want to use her last name, police showed up at her south Columbus home thinking there was a domestic dispute. The dispute ended up being at the house next door, 10TVs Justin Moss reported. According to police, when a man answered the door at the house, a 5-year-old pitbull ran outside at the officer. The officer said that he was forced to shoot the dog. Its an elevated porch, Columbus police Lt. Dave Hughes said. The officer took a couple of steps back, when the dog was coming at him, and he shot twice. The dog was basically right at his feet. Amber said that the man was holding their dog by its collar. He said the dog did not bark but came directly at him in an aggressive stance, Hughes said. The officer who fired shots was uninjured by the dog, Moss reported. Amber said that the dog had to be put down. Its an unfortunate situation, but were glad our officer didnt get hurt, and were sorry that the dog had to be shot, but sometimes these things do happen, unfortunately, Hughes said. Watch 10TV News and refresh 10TV.com for more information. link: Owner Says Police Unnecessarily Shot Dog | WBNS-10TV Columbus, Ohio
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Old 09-24-2012, 09:01 AM   #6
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Yep,because all cops are cold,heartless,trigger-happy pricks who just LOVE killing things.
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Old 09-25-2012, 09:01 AM   #7
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Who's right? Police say the dog charged, but there's this too: "Amber said that the man was holding their dog by its collar."

That's true....any way you spin it, I doubt this will get as much attention as the other, recent dog shooting with a similar story "police showed up at wrong house". Which to me is just...weird....
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Old 09-25-2012, 09:01 AM   #8
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Yep,because all cops are cold,heartless,trigger-happy pricks who just LOVE killing things.
That's is like saying all pit bulls are maneaters.. I hope your being sarcastic and not ignorant of life. Some law enforcement actually are very warm, heart felt individuals that only try to protect and serve. Not harass an abuse.

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Old 09-25-2012, 09:01 AM   #9
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Yes,it was sarcasm.
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Old 09-25-2012, 09:01 AM   #10
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After hearing about the police killing of Kelly Thomas stuff like this doesn't surprise me. Police are really starting to make a lot of stupid mistakes recently. I can understand if the dog jumped on you or bit you.. but the officer responded to the wrong house, and shot cause he felt threatened.. I would never shoot a dog just cause it runs at me. There are always better ways of handling it!
have you seen the video? its horrible
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Old 09-25-2012, 09:01 AM   #11
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yah not nearly as bad no one was killed in this video
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Old 09-25-2012, 09:01 AM   #12
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Wrong house or not, they should of had the dog restrained before opening the door. The cop was doing his job, charged by an aggressive dog and injured in the process. As incoherent as that article is only the people who were there really know what happened.

"Amber said that the man was holding their dog by its collar."
"Amber said that the dog had to be put down."

Amber's the owner right? So who is the man that was supposedly holding her dog and why did he let it go. If Amber felt that the dog had to be put down then what's the problem. Why should the officer have to be attacked, injured by the dog and possibly hospitalized to justify him shooting it to protect himself.

The owner was wrong period, properly contain your pets no matter what they are. I don't know why, it's so unfathomable for some people to take responsibility for their actions or lack of. They're always looking to point the finger and blame any, every body and ever thing other than themselves.

If he went to the right house the dog would still be alive but he didn't, wrong house address or what ever mistakes happen. But if she was responsible and contained her dog so that it couldn't charge out the door, it would also still be alive.

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Old 09-25-2012, 09:01 AM   #13
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Agree 100%.. It could of been a girl scout selling girl scout cookies an then what????
Exactly the point I was making in my first post. No matter what happened, that dog charged out of the house at someone.
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Old 09-25-2012, 09:01 AM   #14
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Even star wouldn't charge. He would bark at you but not charge
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Old 09-25-2012, 09:01 AM   #15
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Well spoken 4GG.
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Old 09-25-2012, 09:01 AM   #16
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Well spoken 4GG.
I appreciate that .
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Old 09-25-2012, 09:01 AM   #17
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Yes, I understand that, if you read my post you will see I said "the owner never should have let the dog out". I was just pointing out that since we didn't see it for ourselves, we don't know if the dog was acting in an aggressive manner.
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Old 09-26-2012, 09:01 AM   #18
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Those fucking pigs! Even though the dispatch gave out the wrong address the cops should have known better that it was the wrong address and should have NEVER shot the dog who was charging them. I mean, who do they think they are? My tax money pays for them to get bit and attacked so the cop should have "manned up" and got bitten or worse. After all, to quote Teal, they are idiots with guns after all as we can armchair quarterback from across the nation and still know all the facts!!! I mean after all, shooting it was the wrong choice as obviously the right choice would have been to get bitten! We are dog lovers, right? Dogs come before humans in EVERY instance and whenever one is shot, it HAS to be the human's fault!!

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Oh and what does 9/11 have to do with this?
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Old 09-26-2012, 09:01 AM   #19
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have you seen the video? its horrible
Oh yea. Pretty bad.. You think that was bad? Check this shit out - Savannah Ga 2011 St. Patricks Day

Let me sum it up. White chick and black start fighting and arguing. White chick gets pulled into the car and is fighting to get out. Boyfriend goes ape shit.. Black cop responds and beats the guy three times with a baton in the knees and back.. girl comes to check on bf and is hit 4 times in the knees, pepper sprayed, then SLAMMED on the concrete.. Cop turns to black group in car and calmly says "calm down please". My friend was there as it was happening. Just one more example of cops abusing power and authority because no one will stand up to them.
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Old 09-27-2012, 09:01 AM   #20
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cops should not carry mace, billy clubs, radios, fly police military helicopters (columbus has 6), radios, flak vest, or use there panic button....



just give these cops more guns......and take the civilians guns away, they whine too much.......

your dog charges cop, it dies and you are charged

cop dog charges you (lets just say for fun its the wrong house) and you kill the police dog, you will face murder-1

cop dog who kill human, according to ohio law, is exempt from the viscous dog status if it is a police dog


seriously,,,,,cops can make dumb mistakes post 9/11
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