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Discussion in 'Off-topic' started by mountainpass, Jun 11, 2016.
Lock him in a hot car for 3 hours.
Nothing pisses me off quite like animal abuse.
Another similar case from 2013, oddly from Woodstock(city in Cherokee County): https://www.georgiapacking.org/forum/showthread.php?t=251224&highlight=dead+patrol
Charge him like any other person not with the police would have been.
He killed a cop, right? He should at the very least be charged with animal cruelty, have to buy and pay for training a new dog out of his pocket, be fired.
Second time in Cherokee since 2013
They will just buy another cue dog. Just a cost of doing business.
It costs a lot of money to train a dog to find drugs on command.
There in NO valid reason he "forgot" the dog was in the car and let the woofer die. Cop is incompetent and without a doubt intentionally killed the dog. He needs killed himself.
That dog trusted him, and held that trust until it died.
He was driving a standard patrol car with out a kennel so the dog was clearly visible through the plexiglass cage. The windows would not have a kennel door so he would be able to see the dog as he shut the door (unless that car has the windows tinted darker than an average peasant is allowed, you know officer safety) he needs to be charged like anyother person for killing a police dog.
That is what would happen to any one of us had we done that to a K9unit dog...
**** even the average pet dog you serve time....think he will?....no.
His only hope is claiming he was so incompetent that he didn't know what he was doing.
I'll be real interested in seeing if this canine gets the usual 'officer's funeral' complete with cars with their blue lights flashing and officers in their dress uniforms.
Animals are not humans. To establish that police are a superior class of humans is wrong. To establish that police animals are superior to the average human being is obscene.
Used wrong word should have said dog. Dang auto correct saw police and another letter and changed it.
Dogs are property, nothing more. He should be required to pay the fair market value of a puppy and not one cent more.
What's good for the goose is good for the gander.