peter303 wrote:Tortoise1 wrote:"I'll take your dog out" is not really a good starter for the conversation. There are people who would kill you if you killed their dog. The law is on your side, no reason to be a vigilante. I'd let them have the first word, then say "people have gone to jail for many years and had their net worth wiped out based on the acts of their dogs", then take a picture of the dog and walk away.
Not really. A local cop was forced out of his job for killing a loose dog. A video was ambiguous as to how threatening the animal was.
This had been debated on talk radio endlessly at the beginning of the year.
This type of puppy profiling must stop! This is shaping up like Rodney King.
Did the police officer leave the department? What I could find is that he plead not guilty and was on administrative leave.