What kind of godforsaken lobotomised jellybellied backwards inbred coward does this? What kind of cop does this? Tasering and shooting a Chihuahua three times because it bites you - I'm sure those tiny teeth were a real threat to your life. I'm sure with all your manly roughness you couldn't prise its grip of steel jaws off you. I'm sure you were so afeared you were causing a warm spread of liquid to seep through your pants. If you can't stop being bitten by a small dog without resorting to the highest level of force available to you, then I wonder at your ability to clean and toilet yourself let alone properly discharge the duties of a police officer. I hope you call in sick the day you have to negotiate with an armed robber, talk a person off a ledge, or even, say, write your own name because I doubt you're able to do up your own buttons.
That poor dog, and poor little boy.
Pet Chihuahua Tasered, shot dead by police in Cincinnati
June 10, 2009 01:43pm
A YOUNG boy is still "barking" for his dog to come home after police Tasered, then shot dead, the family pet on their front porch.
US police in Cincinnati killed Jack, the Bullock family's Chihuahua-mix pet, after an officer was bitten on the hand, WCPO reports.
The small dog had been Tasered, then shot at twice by police.
A third gunshot killed the dog.
Scott and Sharon Bullock discovered the dog's blood and three bullets on their porch after returning from a funeral last Friday.
They called the local police station and discovered what had happened to Jack, who was a birthday present for their 12-year-old son.
They said they were told that two officers had cornered the dog, when it began biting one on the hands.
Police said the officers had "no option" but to shoot the dog.
Mr Bullock said his five-year-old son was distraught by the killing.
"He 'barks' for him," Mr Bullock. "He'd 'bark' and Jack would always come to him, so he's outside going 'Bark bark bark,' hoping he's gonna come back.
His wife said the child had cried himself to sleep after the shooting.
Lieutenant Paul Hartinger from the Blue Ash police department told WCPO that the officers had no choice but to shoot the dog after it had attacked them and other people.
"As badly as the officer was getting bitten, he had to do something to protect himself," Mr Hartinger said.
"They first chose physical means, then a Taser, and when those two didn't work, he had no option but to shoot the dog."
Police say the dog had bitten the officer 17 times on one hand and nine times on the other.