Skip to comments.Drunk, barking, and arrested: Not a dog, but a man charged with inciting a police K-9 (felony)
Posted on 09/27/2013 3:32:30 PM PDT by Libloather
(CBS/AP) CRANBERRY, Pa. - A western Pennsylvania man has been charged with inciting Chaos.
That's the name of a police dog officers say was taunted by 26-year-old James Andrews, of Cranberry Township, after the man was stopped at a drunken-driving checkpoint in the wee hours of Sept. 15.
Andrews was allegedly "barking, hissing and growling" at the dog, according to the K-9's handler, Evan City police Sgt. Don Myers.
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“Bark lahk a dawg, you purty-mouth, you...”
This why I have a hard time denying “felons” RKBA for life, because things like this are classified as felonies.
“I wasn’t addressing you, Officer. I was talking to your dog.”
Obama would have just ordered the dog to be fried up with peppers and onions.
Despite that, they would ask if they could give him a french fry. Idiots.
Thought this was going to be a Wendy Davis incident.
The definition has been so dumbed down as to be asinine. This used to be things that were considered worthy of a death penalty, folks. If you barked like a fool at a police dog was that ever considered something to hang you for? It is to laugh at the idea. And to cry at the funeral of common sense.
Just so. There is no death penalty for rape or child molesting, hell, hardly even for murder. But this, THIS, is a felony with all that implies?
Drunk, barking and arrested - I so wanted this to be about McCain.
Agreed, very much agreed.
Moreover, the "felon" of today who has served his sentence is relegated to a position of second-class citizen: having to pay for eternity for a crime which was already paid for (if it was not, then the sentence has not been completed). [This is disregarding the "felons can't have firearms" "law" was/is, by nature, ex post facto and thereby null and void by the federal constitution in both Federal law and State law.]
Police Dog Shoots Innocent Homeowner.
There is a local pub that allows me to bring in my dog, if they aren’t too busy.
More than once a drunk patron attempted to taunt my dog, who is better behaved than most people I know.
“This why I have a hard time denying felons RKBA for life, because things like this are classified as felonies.”
Too true, seems like everything is a felony now days. No way would I convict someone of these kind of bogus charges if I was on the jury.
I have a problem with the latter: it is inhumane to lock one up for a great term of years. — IMO, if the offense cannot be paid by, say, ten years (an eighth of a long life), then it should be death. Some people claim that the death penalty is "cruel and unusual", they are fools: it is far more cruel [and hypocritical] to rob a man of everything that makes a life while holding to the literal-truth that they didn't "take his life."
That was a very poorly trained K9. They are supposed to stand or sih quietly until given the order to act.
Apparently the trainers and/or handlers aren't trained very well, either.
I'm a felon. I presume you have the cojones to put the rope around my neck yourself.
Where shall we meet?
Yup, zactly why we have juries. The prosecutor has to sell not only the case, but the law to the jurors.
I didn't say I was a vigilante, but depending on what you did...
This isn’t a job interview. You advocate the killing of hundreds of thousands of Americans because in your world they’re not fit to live, if your cause is righteous you shouldn’t have any problems performing your holy mission with your own hands.
You’re frightened to be out of doors...so your solution is mass genocide. And how many people at election time will be certain of a memory, however dim, of “conservatives” on a “premiere conservative site” advocating genocide of their countrymen, to general applause and one lonely voice of dissension.
You seem confused, about what you are talking, and to whom.
Don't puff your chest to me.
Again, what did you do n00b?
There’s always those 2% or 3% of ‘bad’ cops that reflect badly on the 97 or 98% that are also bad.
I remember very well when I was younger, our local cops were very nice and would sit and talk with you, almost always very friendly.
Now they seem to be the opposite. They have evolved into being a semi-military army of sorts, with “Big-Sis” throwing in all of the federal dollars to buy all of the armored vehicles/automatic weapons they can ask for. They also seem to have a massive matching ego. It’s a shame really. One minute an otherwise law abiding citizen could be barely breaking the speed limit, and the next thing they know, two or three other police cars have shown up, and they are practically tearing the car apart while their dogs are sniffing around for drugs that may or may not be there.(I’ve seen it happen) One can do just a minimal amount of reading/research to find this is the 1920s all over again, achieving the same failing result.
They are gonna SERIOUSLY regret their behavior when the time comes and they NEED law abiding citizen gun owners to help them out. I don’t know about others, but I’ll be defending MY HOME on that day(if I hadn’t already checked out of town), and our little ‘standing army’ can run crying to the feds for help in defending our community!
I’m not confused... I’m talking to the devil. And right now, I hear him squealing.
IMO, if the offense cannot be paid by, say, ten years (an eighth of a long life), then it should be death.
For the people who love statistics, that would be 15,000,000 people that representatives of your site want to execute this morning.
So if the opposition is reading your stuff, the headline at DU should read: FR CONSERVATIVES SAY 10% OF AMERICANS HAVE NO "RIGHT TO LIFE"
If you all can swallow that down sweet, I have nothing more to say.
My posts are now under review for objecting to mass murder. What brave souls.
You've been asked what your crime was that caused you to be incarcerated. I'm sure that if it was ridiculous (like in this story), most posters in this thread would sympathize. As One-Winged-Shark has insinuated up-thread, the term "felony" no longer means serious crime (something that should result in capital punishment or permanent imprisonment).
But if you have murdered someone, or forcibly raped them, or some other serious violent crime (which is what most of us think of when we think "felony"), then yes... you should have been hanged. And I would personally put the rope around your neck for it (just like I would for my best friend or my own child, if they had done something so heinous).
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