Friday, February 22, 2008
Grand Rapids, MI - Vice officers conducting a search warrant at a Northeast Side house Thursday shot and killed an aggressive dog that charged at them about 4:20 p.m. Police were on a drug investigation at 1105 Fuller Ave. NE when an officer fired on the animal, which was believed to be a pit bull.
DogsBite.org points out that there are endless news articles pertaining to cops shooting dangerous dogs -- most commonly pit bull dogs. When are city officials going to wise-up to the growing link between criminality and dangerous dogs?
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| 2/26/2008 2:09 AM |
It appears that the general public gets criminally violent=violent vicious dogs but, somewhere up that political road choosing to ignore the obvious and turn a blind eye seems to take accountability away from the politicians and throw it back at the civil servents who in my mind don't care.