Matt Wally
Matt Wally

Officer is a cunt.

Rita Lemkuil
Rita Lemkuil
  • Matt Wally

Only women have cunt's Matt. This one is a TINY DICKED MAN!!!

Tim Harris
Tim Harris
  • Matt Wally

Rita I would not call him a man. He acted like a little girl.

Nancy Earles
Nancy Earles
  • Matt Wally

Really Tim!?!?! Little girls wouldn't shoot a dog!!!!!!!!!

Kimberle Rae Gibson
Kimberle Rae Gibson
  • Matt Wally

LMFAO RITA...I LOOOVE TINY DICKED MAN BUUUUT I AGREE WITH TIM ON HIM NOT BEING A MAN SO I'LL SAY TINY DICKED BOY...EH???

Jane Vinson
Jane Vinson

Sad video to watch - The pet was only protecting his master whose apparent constitutional rights were being violated by the officers.

Wendy Joseph
Wendy Joseph
  • Jane Vinson

Yep.

Barry Hinch
Barry Hinch

TOTAL bs by this officer. HANG HIM. his fin defense will be that the dog was charging him. You're an asshole dude, and deserve to be punished. If one of your police dogs got killed you would be charging whoever with murder. Double standard dude. Yeah you are a punk!

Wendy Joseph
Wendy Joseph
  • Barry Hinch

couldn't agree more...

Brittani Hunsicker
Brittani Hunsicker

This officer is un worthy of serving and protecting our country! He walked up with an attitude and didn't attempt any other force to keep the dog away.. Why couldn't one of the cops walk around the dog and grab its leash.. I mean it even stopped to smell the grass! Pathetic little man! Unjustified!!

Colin Wright
Colin Wright

A lot of people are saying the dog's guardian (I don't use the term "owner") provoked his own dog into attacking. What video were you watching??? The COP provoked the dog. What kind of idiot sees a dog coming near his guardian in that tense situation and tries to touch the dog?? If that cop backed off and let the man under arrest put the dog in the car, or waited for animal control to get there, that dog would not have attacked. Either way, I could easily have handled that dog without any...

A lot of people are saying the dog's guardian (I don't use the term "owner") provoked his own dog into attacking. What video were you watching??? The COP provoked the dog. What kind of idiot sees a dog coming near his guardian in that tense situation and tries to touch the dog?? If that cop backed off and let the man under arrest put the dog in the car, or waited for animal control to get there, that dog would not have attacked. Either way, I could easily have handled that dog without any catastrophic injuries to myself or the dog. At the very least if he felt his life was in danger he could have shot the dog in the hindquarters, keeping the dog from jumping at him and still sparing the dog's life.

Cindy Kienlen
Cindy Kienlen

i saw a dog upset by his owner being manhandled. but he was not being agressively dangerous to the officers. they need to be trained in handling these situations. no animal should be killed for simply barking, this is so sad

Robert Van Dyke
Robert Van Dyke

Had the owner have minded his own business and kept driving MAX would have still been alive.Had the owner had the windows partially open rather than all the way down MAX would have still been alive.While the police officer did have his gun drawn and at the ready he used reasonable restraint and did not fire his weapon until the last second when MAX lunged at him. I love dogs, I own four of them, and I would never place them in a situation like this. So let's put the blame where it really belongs, on MAX's owner.

Gaspar Oot
Gaspar Oot
  • Robert Van Dyke

Wow, lots of dolts on here today.

Cecilia Rivera
Cecilia Rivera
  • Robert Van Dyke

Robert: That's exactly what I said. Not necessarily in those words, but the dog's owner is just as much responsible for his dog's death, as is the cops. He didn't have to get involved. Others were filming the events as they were unfolding and then he started to film the cops. That's provocation. He provoked the cops and placed his dog in danger. I have two dogs and would never put them or myself in danger. Had he minded his own business and kept driving, his dog would still be alive. The way...

Robert: That's exactly what I said. Not necessarily in those words, but the dog's owner is just as much responsible for his dog's death, as is the cops. He didn't have to get involved. Others were filming the events as they were unfolding and then he started to film the cops. That's provocation. He provoked the cops and placed his dog in danger. I have two dogs and would never put them or myself in danger. Had he minded his own business and kept driving, his dog would still be alive. The way I see, is anything to accuse cops of anything and then get rabble-rousing spinmeisters into this mess.

Pat Wakefield
Pat Wakefield
  • Robert Van Dyke

I am a rottie owner. This guy baited the cops who were busy then primed his dog whose only mission in life was to love and protect this fool. He sacrificed his dog for what? I hope the ton of money he will get in the coming lawsuit will keep him warm at night. I would rather cuddle my dog. I hope he can never get the image out of his mind. Tragic for the innocent dog. What a fool! He does not represent rottie owners.

Richard DeCesare
Richard DeCesare
  • Robert Van Dyke

While I agree that the idiot owner hold a large chunk of responsibility, I still feel that as an officer, supposedly trained, he SHOULD have had and used other avenues to restrain the dog.......Pepper spray???...Taser????? Why the need to go to guns so quickly???.......The dog was NOT that aggressive, just curious as to what was happening to his idiot owner

Kris Miller
Kris Miller
  • Robert Van Dyke

How do you know that this was not the dog owners neighboring house that he could not get to and was simply trying to find out what was going on and go home to protect or console his family? We don't know what the situation was but we do know that no matter what, the dog should not have been shot.

Douglas Ward
Douglas Ward

DIRTY PIGS!!

Cecilia Rivera
Cecilia Rivera

What was the dog's owner doing with dog in tow, anyway? I know that it's wrong for the cop to have killed the dog, but the owner shouldn't have had his dog with him. I have two dogs and I don't take them out to attend to their needs, when there are conditions like this, because I know that they or me, could get hurt or worse. I hate to say this, but I think that the owner provoked his dog's death by filming whatever it was he doing and that to me seems like provocation. When he put the in...

What was the dog's owner doing with dog in tow, anyway? I know that it's wrong for the cop to have killed the dog, but the owner shouldn't have had his dog with him. I have two dogs and I don't take them out to attend to their needs, when there are conditions like this, because I know that they or me, could get hurt or worse. I hate to say this, but I think that the owner provoked his dog's death by filming whatever it was he doing and that to me seems like provocation. When he put the in the vehicle, he should have secured the dog and shut the window enough, so that he would not have gotten out. Don't get me wrong. I know that it was wrong of the cops to have done what they did, but the owner has to take as much blame for his dog's death, as the cops who killed him.

Ben Hunter
Ben Hunter
  • Cecilia Rivera

I agree with Cecilia Rivera.

Lea Wheeler
Lea Wheeler
  • Cecilia Rivera

Like all good animal owners he took his dog out of a hot car on a hot day.

Kevin Lawlor
Kevin Lawlor

him and mike vick should have to fight dogs with their hands and feet tied up...

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