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Dog the Bounty Hunter, Extradited

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posted on Feb, 16 2007 @ 01:21 PM
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If Mexico had extradited the guy that Dog was hunting, then Dog wouldn't have received the bounty right? It would have been done completely legally, but Dog wouldn't have seen any money out of it.

He went to Mexico knowing what the laws were, but risked it so he could get some cash. I'm not objecting to his actions mind you, just the uproar that he's being sent back. Dems da breaks.




posted on Feb, 16 2007 @ 01:33 PM
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Originally posted by Lysergic
Wasn't the guy he caught a child molester?


Close. A rich, trust fund rapist a-hole convicted of 86 counts of rape. Oh, and he liked to torture 'em, too.

Of course he was a millionaire and paying off enough people that there's no way he was going to get sent back. Dog was accused of "kidnapping".

Chapman should have just screwed a pistol in the guy's ear and capped him where he found him. Of course, no payday for that.



posted on Feb, 16 2007 @ 03:01 PM
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Originally posted by dirty_underground
You all know Dog the Bounty Hunter and his legal troubles? Well it seems they have finally come to find him. The judge ordered Dog to be extradited back to Mexico to stand trial. If convicted he could face up to four years in a Mexican jail.
Dog was arrested for going into Mexico after Andrew Luster, Max Factor heir and convicted rapist back in September 2006.
Do you think Dog will get a fair trial in Mexico? How about jail time, will he get any and will he serve it?
Dog the Bounty Hunter

And he won't be able to bring his Police Bodyguards while he is in jail.
It's reality time for this clown.



posted on Feb, 16 2007 @ 03:24 PM
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Originally posted by ADHDsux4me
What exactly will he be put on trial for? If anyone has seen the show, you can see clearly that Dog's team strictly uses non-lethal methods for capture. What could he concievebly be put into jail for? Violating a countries sovereignty, to return a criminal, an accused rapist back to his home country? Yes, Bad Dog, you should rot in a Mexican Jail for doing the right thing.

Dog, you coool Mullet Freak, You got my support.

-ADHD


Dog uses non-lethal methods because he is a conivcted felon and as such it would be illegal for him to carry a firearm. He's the only bounty hunter I've every heard of that is not armed to the teeth. His spin on the issue is that he does it because he prefers to not carry a deadly weapon, as if he has a choice.

I wouldn't call what Dog does in his day-to-day business a public service. He bails people out of jail for a 10% fee and then when they miss a court date he rounds them up and on most of the episodes I've seen posts their bail yet again, for another 10% fee. Most of his clients seem to be druggies but they're still out there committing thefts and the like to support their habits. I wouldn't call profiting off of assiting career criminals a noble pursuit.

That being said what he did in Mexico was a very good deed, and from what I've heard he never was paid the reward. The Max Factor heir Andrew Luster was convicted of numerous heinous crimes in absentia after he fled from his trial (while out on bail). Dog has stated that he knew bounty hunting was illegal in Mexico but was lured by the high reward amount. Knowing that he was committing a crime in their land he obviously has to expect to pay some sort of price if caught. I guess this would fall under the 2 wrongs don't make a right category.



posted on Feb, 16 2007 @ 04:53 PM
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Originally posted by Rasobasi420
If Mexico had extradited the guy that Dog was hunting, then Dog wouldn't have received the bounty right? It would have been done completely legally, but Dog wouldn't have seen any money out of it.

He went to Mexico knowing what the laws were, but risked it so he could get some cash. I'm not objecting to his actions mind you, just the uproar that he's being sent back. Dems da breaks.


Mexico was not cooperating with extradition. This guy was a violent criminal and Mexico was not cooperating with police efforts.



posted on Feb, 16 2007 @ 07:42 PM
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The Mexican government is totally corrupt and run by drug lords.

Dog has hurt the drug trade in Hawaii - - he stepped on toes.



posted on Feb, 16 2007 @ 07:51 PM
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It would be nice if the government round up the 25 million illegals and sent them back with him You have voted darkelf for the Way Above Top Secret award. You have two more votes this month. my wife even lauphed at that


[edit on 11-09-06 by slayerfan]



posted on Feb, 16 2007 @ 07:58 PM
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Dog doesn't have the money Luster does. Luster bought this guys extradition back to Mexico. Dog is a joke and so is his show. Luster would have gotten his in the long run. Man I wish you guys didn't bring this up..Everytime I see Dog on T.V. I feel my I.Q. drop.



posted on Feb, 16 2007 @ 11:26 PM
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Originally posted by tsloan
Dog doesn't have the money Luster does. Luster bought this guys extradition back to Mexico. Dog is a joke and so is his show. Luster would have gotten his in the long run. Man I wish you guys didn't bring this up..Everytime I see Dog on T.V. I feel my I.Q. drop.


Agreed!

He is a piece of garbage.
You people honestly think that high-heel-wearing, felony-record-having , feathers-in-the-hair-sporting, grotesque-sister/wife-having, idiot would be able to arrest these guys without police backup on the scene?!

My cousins and I used to use most of the non-lethals he has, but we would use them on each other, screwing around! No fooling.
The only incapacitating any of them ever did, was on the way to a bar, when I shocked my cousin in the heart, and he crapped his pants in our car. And, that only incapacitated him for a short, smelly time.

If this guy and his "Dork Squad" ever went near half the people I know, without police standing behind him, he would end up wearing a wig, and crying as he hitch-hikes to the nearest state trooper barracks.

Clown.

And, I don't like him much either!



posted on Feb, 16 2007 @ 11:39 PM
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Dog knew he was breaking the law and he went ahead and did it.

He should have let the FBI do their job, but he wanted the reward money. He only beat them to Luster by a few hours and they would have been there sooner if Dog had passed his info to them instead of taking the law into his own hands.



posted on Feb, 17 2007 @ 12:19 AM
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It is to bad that it had to come to this, with our country seemingly so much on the side of right and so opposed to the actions of individuals such as Luster. I, for one, never really liked the thoguht of another lame reality show on the airwaves to pursue a life of "Riley" and protray the act's of a "Superman" heroics. But, "I was wrong about Dog." his show is a very desirable watch with both affection and morality.
I personally belive that the courts of Mexico should just drop it, but as another poster had stated,"It's about the recognition of the media." And it won't just go away for him.
As for Mr. Luster, "I think his days are numbered and if it weren't for the "Heroic" acts of the Dog fulling his statement's of the actual capture and conviction of Luster before a national studio audience, Luster would have more victim's under his belt and the current victim's (that have publically announced thier gratification to the capture) would still be living in constant fear of this monster of fear and rage that completely left them altered for life because of his acts towards them.

"Hang in there 'Dog' you have many supporter's for quick and eventual return back to your family...



Chapman, who is now free on $300,000 bail, faces up to four years in a Mexican jail if convicted. But his Mexican lawyer, Jorge Huerta, doubts he would get the maximum. Huerta said illegal detention is a relatively minor crime in Mexico, and that if Chapman is convicted, he would likely only have to pay a fine of several hundred dollars.



source:
www.msnbc.msn.com...



posted on Feb, 17 2007 @ 12:35 AM
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This bounty hunter was too naive...even stupid. He should have known that Luster has paid a lot of money to authorities in Mexico...and that they would not let a cheap bounty hunter interfere with their business. They probably have hundreds, or even thousands, of rich guys hiding in Mexico. That is good business, and they would not let their clients start to feel unsafe all of a sudden.

Dog is way out of the league he tried to play in.



posted on Feb, 17 2007 @ 12:39 AM
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If you followed Dog before the show - - you'd know he wore regular clothes and what ever those golf type shirts are. His hair was also shorter.

The black shirts - long hair - and some of the equipment came about because it is a TV show.



posted on Feb, 17 2007 @ 01:03 AM
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So let me get this straight. Dog does what are inept goverment cant or refuses too do. Which is go after a very rich and very connected multiple count convicted rapist and our wonderfully ignorant and corrupt as hell US government throws him to the slaughter to appease an even more corrupt Mexican Government. Lovely. Yeah thats gonna sit real well with joe american public. Im sick of the bad guys winning on technicalities either because they are Rich or have a few politicians in their pocket. How about we demand Mexico give up all those bad guys that are on our most wanted lists that we know are hiding in Mexico. Why because our US Gov is comprised of a bunch of corrupt a-holes as well. I think its high time we start leveling the playing field.
Its funny some of you are saying dog had no right but yet the Mexican gov does stuff all the time it has no right to do yet our corrupt officials turn a blind eye(escorting drugs across the border,border skirmishes,promoting illegal immigration into the US,etc). Its Sickening and Im damn sure gonna let my dissatisfaction be known. Hell we appropriate money and forces for a border fence yet nothing is built and nothing is enforced.
Maybe we should have invaded Mexico rather than Iraq. It seems clear that Mexico is a greater threat to us than anything ole Saddam could have done.
And before I get labeled a racist Im of Mexican descent. Go figure.

[edit on 17-2-2007 by VType]



posted on Feb, 17 2007 @ 01:56 AM
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Originally posted by Horrificus

Originally posted by tsloan
Dog doesn't have the money Luster does. Luster bought this guys extradition back to Mexico. Dog is a joke and so is his show. Luster would have gotten his in the long run. Man I wish you guys didn't bring this up..Everytime I see Dog on T.V. I feel my I.Q. drop.


Agreed!

He is a piece of garbage.
You people honestly think that high-heel-wearing, felony-record-having , feathers-in-the-hair-sporting, grotesque-sister/wife-having, idiot would be able to arrest these guys without police backup on the scene?!

My cousins and I used to use most of the non-lethals he has, but we would use them on each other, screwing around! No fooling.
The only incapacitating any of them ever did, was on the way to a bar, when I shocked my cousin in the heart, and he crapped his pants in our car. And, that only incapacitated him for a short, smelly time.

If this guy and his "Dork Squad" ever went near half the people I know, without police standing behind him, he would end up wearing a wig, and crying as he hitch-hikes to the nearest state trooper barracks.

Clown.

And, I don't like him much either!


actually you sound like the clown, so you guys are so tuff that being tasered or "shocked in the heart" only incapictates you for a short time? please being shocked almost anywhere on the body messes you up, i dont think you really have ever been shocked. At least he is doing something to help the american public prolly more than you will ever do in your life. Oh and your so called tuff friends are not half as tuff as any type of cop, it takes balls to go out there and do what they do something i doubt your friends have. skrewing around being retards doesnt make you "tuff".



posted on Feb, 17 2007 @ 03:02 AM
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Originally posted by dirty_underground
Do you think Dog will get a fair trial in Mexico? How about jail time, will he get any and will he serve it?


Trial, last I heard, in Mexico consist of a 2 hour ordeal. The jails are shoddely constructed mahems of scrap tin, of which the least non-leaking plats are highly fought over and instituted.

Meals are ala carte, but lets just say most of it is left on the cart.



posted on Feb, 17 2007 @ 03:03 AM
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The Dog is creating Awareness.

Sometimes - - Awareness is more valuable then the quiet guy who just goes about doing his job.

I have no doubt other bounty hunters are annoyed - - and jealous - - although they would never admit that.



posted on Feb, 17 2007 @ 04:07 AM
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Did anybody actually read the article that this is about?

Dog' loses extradition battle in Mexico

Chapman, who is now free on $300,000 bail, faces up to four years in a Mexican jail if convicted. But his Mexican lawyer, Jorge Huerta, doubts he would get the maximum. Huerta said illegal detention is a relatively minor crime in Mexico, and that if Chapman is convicted, he would likely only have to pay a fine of several hundred dollars.


His lawyer says it's a relatively minor crime in Mexico.

[edit on 17/2/07 by Keyhole]



posted on Feb, 17 2007 @ 05:13 AM
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Originally posted by Keyhole
Did anybody actually read the article that this is about?

Dog' loses extradition battle in Mexico

Chapman, who is now free on $300,000 bail, faces up to four years in a Mexican jail if convicted. But his Mexican lawyer, Jorge Huerta, doubts he would get the maximum. Huerta said illegal detention is a relatively minor crime in Mexico, and that if Chapman is convicted, he would likely only have to pay a fine of several hundred dollars.


His lawyer says it's a relatively minor crime in Mexico.

[edit on 17/2/07 by Keyhole]


If properly funded and exploited, minor indeed. I believe the Dog's indication is bounty _Hunter_. I'll assume for the sake of logic he was going to "bringem' back". Quite a serious matter to export an illegally detained individual across an international border.

*He'll shell out millions, from the producers.



posted on Feb, 17 2007 @ 05:37 AM
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Jesus, send that man a pack of cigarettes or something...

No comment as far as his personal character - never met him, never even watched his show.

As far as his target, glad he got him - too bad he didn't get him right.

That's why real bounty hunters carry shotguns, so they can shoot rapists that try to run. Sometimes it's not easy to get them to run, but nothing worth doing is. Try ATF tactics - play crappy music at high volume.




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