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Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Hey, turnabout's fair play, right?

OKLAHOMA CITY - A traffic stop turns dangerous for an Oklahoma County Deputy. 

According to court records, a traffic stop that uncovered illegal drugs along I-40, took an unexpected turn. A trained attack dog clamped down on a deputy's arm.

6 comments:

  1. Wanna bet the local DA will also charge the suspect with assault, by extension, on a police officer?

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  2. I totally agree with your heading for this post, turn is fair play
    JD

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  3. Why do trained attack dogs lick their balls?

    To get the taste of deputy out of their mouth!

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    1. I thought it their asses they licked for that
      JD

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  4. A topic very important to me. K9 police dogs. With very few exceptions, they should not be a thing. I've worked with them before (both state patrol and local county dogs) and while these dogs are a nice tool to have, they're unpredictable as shit. And not because of them or their training, but because of their handlers. Most handlers I've seen think of these dogs as hammers, therefore everything they use them on is nails. And as you saw from this video, these dogs know when a handler isn't "in charge" and take advantage of it. I have believed, and surprised it hasn't come to fruition yet, that we're just a canine tooth away from some dog attacking an innocent bystander. And if that happens and the bystander defends himself, guess what? you just attacked a police officer sir and charges are pending. Only groups that should have these dogs are DEA, special ops in military. Take them from local and state LE.

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    1. I'll believe a police dog is an "officer" when I hear it recite the same oath as a regular cop.

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