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Article posted May 21 2014, 6:15 PM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: Will Grigg Print

Cops Shoot Dogs; Why Don't Mailmen?

by Will Grigg

Practically every day the public is informed of an incident in which a dog is shot and killed by a police officer, often in front of its owner's residence. In most cases, the dog doesn't pose an immediate risk to the officer or anybody else. And they're rarely held accountable because “officer safety” is regarded as the most important consideration in such episodes.

 Police officers are hardly the only people who routinely come into contact with unfamiliar dogs. Postal carriers and private couriers have occupations that involve regular visits to private homes and encounters with dogs that may or may not be friendly.

 In 2013, there were more than 5,500 incidents in which postal carriers were bitten by dogs while delivering the mail. It's likely that more than a few private couriers had similar experiences. Yet the public record is barren of stories describing a panicky mail carrier or UPS or FedEx employee gunning down a dog and then insisting it was justified because he was scared of the animal.

 Rather than killing a threatening dog, deliverymen will simply refuse to provide their services until the owner reins in his pet. Police could do likewise, but they see their role as controlling, rather than serving, the public.





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Peter

Posted: May 21 2014, 6:21 PM

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8750 'but they see their role as controlling, rather than serving, the public.'

Uhm .. Yes, because that IS their role .
Everybody who lives in The Real World and not some libertarian utopian dream world knows this .
Cops aren't here to 'serve' the public, they are here to protect the mega-rich from the guillotine once the pleebs realize how they are being ass-raped ..
Rugger

Posted: May 21 2014, 8:06 PM

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2469 Met Hundreds of Pets at 5,000 Addresses during 30 Years of Floor Covering Installations. Not a Scratch. TriggerHappy CoWaRdS. . Sniper FooD, PooooooM.
Anonymous

Posted: May 22 2014, 2:08 AM

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98110 Gonna say this once sheep,the order to shoot pets and people came from obama and his planners. They are hoping someone will react like real men so they can roll out their martial law and forced vaccinations. The camps await all survivors ,don't worry,be happy.
Dougo

Posted: May 22 2014, 8:28 AM

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198228 We need dogs that can shoot back in self defense but most dogs have more brains more and less ego than most cops but it would be a great headline.cop gets taken out by dog in a brave move of Selye-defense
Face

Posted: May 22 2014, 10:14 AM

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75166 Peter, it sounds like you accept the concept of control with open arms. Do you not realize that there is no such thing as control in being free? Here's the definition of free: not under the control or in the power of another; able to act or be done as one wishes. Feel "free" to google it yourself.

So you gotta ask yourself, what natzi mind games have been played on you and everyone like you to be so willing to be controlled? Or is it just that you're ignorant or retarded maybe? Open your fucking eyes moron, people like myself don't just speak in general terms about "some people's" freedom, me, and people like me are talking about our own freedom thats at stake.
Anonymous

Posted: May 22 2014, 11:00 AM

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98174 When I was 8 years old I listened to radio Havana Cuba, there propaganda high lighted the United States crime statistics, as though
America was danger's place to live.

Anonymous

Posted: May 22 2014, 11:09 AM

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18432 The cops do this to intimidate the owners, as in "you're next." The Brits shot slaves in front of their "owners" in the 1770s for the same effect.
John Priest

Posted: May 22 2014, 12:08 PM

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67165 Punk thug cops kill dogs because they know that the dogs can sense evil!
Rugger

Posted: May 22 2014, 2:42 PM

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2469 Am Seeing it in People Everywhere; DRAMA
This! That! Him! Her!
An Entirely Undisciplined Bunch.
No Need for it. Grow Up, Lighten Up, Grab a Broom..
Think as if on Yoga. Sweeeeeep.
Anonymous

Posted: May 23 2014, 6:23 PM

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166216 Another piece seemingly missed is that mailmen do not typically carry guns while on duty. Mace/pepper spray, yes, as I'm sure you'll find thousands of cases of mail carriers using mace on a vicious dog.
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