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(Delaware County Daily Times)   Police have concluded that excessive force may have been used regarding an 8 year old boy. Officer has been taken off duty. Bonus: Child is the son of a local politician. Double Bonus: Cop is a dog   ( divider line
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2013-03-09 07:34:30 PM  
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LavenderWolf: If you are mauled by a police dog, it should, as such, be handled as an excessive force and violation of rights issue.

Paid leave?
2013-03-09 04:14:55 PM  
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rabidarmadillo24: I was petting a police dog once when it snapped at me and ever so slightly bit my hand. I was working in fast food at the time, so I put his aggression down to the fact that I smelled like french fries.


Any well trained dog knows NOT to attack unless so ordered. A well trained dog will sit through a war and not give a shiat.

Has nothing to do with what you smelled like, and everything to do with piss poor police dog training.
2013-03-09 12:21:16 PM  
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They gave the dog to another agency. So basically, they just ignored the problem and moved it elsewhere

/are these guys Catholic?
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