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  1. #1 A family pet, an innocent bystander, is shot dead by cops. 
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    Wed Jan 2, 2013, 11:27 PM
    Stinky The Clown

    A family pet, an innocent bystander, is shot dead by cops.

    Cops are chasing a bad guy. The bad guy runs into a private yard and hides down a half flight of stairs at the bottom of a basement entrance. The cops come along, guns drawn. They enter the yard.

    In the yard is the 3 year old family pet, Kinkaid. He barks at the cops. The cops think he's charging them. They shoot him in the head. A total of six shots are fired, two enter his head and one enters his torso.

    Before the bad guy is even in handcuffs, Kinkaid is mortally wounded and dies.

    Kinkaid was a family pet. A good dog.

    His misfortune is his genetic make-up. Kinkaid is part pitbull.

    This is Kinkaid, as a puppy.

    (Pic removed, 4 years old.)

    I.Simply.Cannot.Imagine.

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    Stinky.You.Aren't.That.Bright.
    May the FORCE be with you!
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    I have a problem with cops killing labs, poodles, yorkies, norwegian elkhounds, and most dogs without a good reason. Pit bulls are another issue-they've injured a lot of cops over the years. Maybe I'm biased, living in a place where pit bulls are raised to fight, but around here, there are not any good genetic lines of pit bulls. They've all been bred to be pretty vicious. You might find some nice ones with good owners here and there, but most pit bulls in Detroit come from that backround.
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    I love dogs but I do NOT trust Pitts. There is just something about them...
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    Protective dogs in the wrong hands or difficult situations sometimes get killed. It's little comfort to the owner, but it happens. The bottom line is that the cop was not the one who brought about the death of the dog, it was the criminal who created the situation.
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