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Originally posted by w3nd1g0
Originally posted by TheUniverse
reply to post by 2012king
And they will not be punished for animal cruelty because they are "Above the Law"
Sorta hypocritical IMO
lets not jump on the police too quickly eh? So the officer in question is in hospital?
It is very likely to turn out that his hospitalisation caused him the inability to let the dogs out of the car.
Being a dog lover and having met heaps of dog trainers and knowing how close and connected the owner and animal become.. i highly doubt that this police officer deliberately left his dogs to die. He was probably devistated.
Lets see the story unfold before we go shouting about it shall we? I look forward to updates!
Originally posted by Essan
reply to post by Bedlam
No you wouldn't.
Now, for all those who steadfastly refuse to read the facts:-
This incident took place in Britain. Not the USA.
Our laws are different to yours.
'Also this is the second time this person's dogs have died due to his action. JRS1970
Source: news.sky.com... 416019836?lpos=UK_News_Carousel_Region_3&lid=ARTICLE_16019836_Two_Police_Dogs_Including_A_Puppy_Have_Died_After_They_Were_Left_In_A_Car_On_Years_Hotte st_Day_
May you both rest in peace, poor sweet little innocent furbabies.
Now, they say the officer, tried to commit suicide - too bad he wasn't successful.
He has done this before........................If I were his superior, I'de fire his arse and lock him in a 100F cell for 24 hours with no water and wearing a fur coat.
I can't stand for anyone to mistreat a child, animal or invalid............
And I don't use the mad face often.edit on 28-6-2011 by ofhumandescent because: grammar.