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    $2,500 reward in dog shooting


    11:18 AM PDT on Thursday, June 11, 2009


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    King County Animal Care and Control

    This 4-year-old rottweiler was found shot and tied to a log near North Bend, Wash. on May 31, 2009. The dog had to be put down due to its injuries.



    NORTH BEND, Wash. – A $2,500 reward is being offered to find whoever shot a dog and left it to die off a forest service road near North Bend.

    King County Animal Care and Control says the 4-year-old rottweiler was found on May 31 wearing a pinch collar and tied to a log 20 feet down an embankment at a popular, but unofficial recreational shooting area.

    The dog underwent surgery to deal with the most life-threatening injuries, but was left paralyzed by the attack. Four days later, the dog had to be euthanized.






    The Humane Society has put up the reward in hopes the person responsible will be prosecuted.
    "It's a class C felony to intentionally shoot a dog and leave it to suffer and we are asking for the community's help in finding those responsible,” said Nancy McKenney, King County Animal Care and Control Interim Manager.

    The dog was seen by witnesses riding in the back of a dark colored pick-up truck in the area around 10 a.m. on May 31.

    Anyone with information can call the King County Animal Care and Control tip line at 206-296-3939.

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    $2,500 reward in dog shooting


    11:18 AM PDT on Thursday, June 11, 2009


    KING5.com Staff





    King County Animal Care and Control

    This 4-year-old rottweiler was found shot and tied to a log near North Bend, Wash. on May 31, 2009. The dog had to be put down due to its injuries.



    NORTH BEND, Wash. – A $2,500 reward is being offered to find whoever shot a dog and left it to die off a forest service road near North Bend.

    King County Animal Care and Control says the 4-year-old rottweiler was found on May 31 wearing a pinch collar and tied to a log 20 feet down an embankment at a popular, but unofficial recreational shooting area.

    The dog underwent surgery to deal with the most life-threatening injuries, but was left paralyzed by the attack. Four days later, the dog had to be euthanized.






    The Humane Society has put up the reward in hopes the person responsible will be prosecuted.
    "It's a class C felony to intentionally shoot a dog and leave it to suffer and we are asking for the community's help in finding those responsible,” said Nancy McKenney, King County Animal Care and Control Interim Manager.

    The dog was seen by witnesses riding in the back of a dark colored pick-up truck in the area around 10 a.m. on May 31.

    Anyone with information can call the King County Animal Care and Control tip line at 206-296-3939.
    What a dueshbag

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    Not a fan of rottweilers, but anyone who would do that to an animal deserves to be tied to a tree themselves.

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    While I abhor people who abuse animals... they are just animals. When you talk about how this person "deserves to be tied to a tree themselves"... it gets a little scary to me. No matter what you think of dogs, they are not human and they can be considered property and as repugnant as it sounds, the owner of his or her own property can do with it what he or she wishes. If someone wants to raise dogs for target practice... it should be no one's business.

    It sickened me when Michael Vick went to jail... and for what??? Dog fights?

    Dogs are animals... they are property and any laws which will put an owner in jail for doing with his property as he sees fit are very bad laws indeed.

    Remember, standing up for Liberty and Freedom means having to accept what people do with their liberty and freedom no matter how repugnant as long as it does not infringe on another human's Liberty with a requirement of obligation.

    The most this guy should be charged with is littering.
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    Washintonian_For_Liberty wrote:
    While I abhor people who abuse animals... they are just animals. When you talk about how this person "deserves to be tied to a tree themselves"... it gets a little scary to me. No matter what you think of dogs, they are not human and they can be considered property and as repugnant as it sounds, the owner of his or her own property can do with it what he or she wishes. If someone wants to raise dogs for target practice... it should be no one's business.

    It sickened me when Michael Vick went to jail... and for what??? Dog fights?

    Dogs are animals... they are property and any laws which will put an owner in jail for doing with his property as he sees fit are very bad laws indeed.

    Remember, standing up for Liberty and Freedom means having to accept what people do with their liberty and freedom no matter how repugnant as long as it does not infringe on another human's Liberty with a requirement of obligation.

    The most this guy should be charged with is littering.

    Sorry, but I have to say we have an idiot among us....

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    When I say "deserves to be", I don't mean, "government thugs with badges should come and do it", just that it's what the person deserves. So if you thought I was advocating government involvement or charging with a crime, not at all. I was however, saying that's what the person deserved, whether it ever happens or not. That's my opinion, and I'm just as entitled to mine as you are yours. If you don't like that, too bad.

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    Washintonian_For_Liberty wrote:
    If someone wants to raise dogs for target practice... it should be no one's business.


    Remember, standing up for Liberty and Freedom means having to accept what people do with their liberty and freedom no matter how repugnant as long as it does not infringe on another human's Liberty with a requirement of obligation.

    The most this guy should be charged with is littering.
    You should be hunted down and beaten. You actually sicken me. You are like a flag burner. They say its their right to burn the flag...fine...then its my right to wrap then in that fiery flag and laugh while they burn.

    That fact that there are people like you in the world with the hubris and arrogance to think that only one living thing on this planet matters is disgusting and just shows why society is so ****** up...namely people like you.

    It would be poetic justice if one day, you were walking down the street and some nice looking gentleman smiled or harmless looking old lady smiled to you as you passed and then when your guard is down they plunge a knife right through you stomach in order to rob you and feed their perverse crack addiction that they hid so well. Then they should leave you to die in the street like the base animal that you are. I mean...its their right to pursue happiness in a crack addicted stupor at the expense of lil ole you. I mean, the sum of your chemical parts add up to about $4.50. Think of the high that crackhead is going to get. And what did the world lose? Some animal hating loser and a his worth of about $4.50.

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    tat2ed_guy wrote:
    Sorry, but I have to say we have an idiot among us....
    You must be a modern "Obama lovin" liberal...

    I on the other hand am a realist and an originalist Republican... very similar to today's Libertarians. I believe in the Libery as expressed by persons like Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklinand James Madison.

    While I may not agree with that person's treatment of the dog, it isn't your business and it isn't my business. Some people eat dogs... and to tenderize them... the beat them while still alive. They beat them until dead over a period of a day or two. This is a practice which goes back thousands of years. It isn't too different than how we treat our cattle, sheep, calves or poultry. Do you have a problem with our treatment of meat? Are you a member of PETA?

    I'm an idiot for respecting another human being's Liberty? Yeah, ok, whatever.
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    I move that this pointless and off-topic thread be locked and/or deleted.

    Shame on y'all. :X

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    Prophet wrote:
    You should be hunted down and beaten. You actually sicken me. You are like a flag burner. They say its their right to burn the flag...fine...then its my right to wrap then in that fiery flag and laugh while they burn.
    Wow, did you just threaten me for voicing my opinion? hmmm, something tells me that is a violation of the terms on this site. And yes, I support a person's right to burn the flag in spite of how repugnant I find the act. Respecting freedom and Liberty means respecting (not having respect for, but honoring another's right to it) Liberty expressed in ways we find repulsive.

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    That fact that there are people like you in the world with the hubris and arrogance to think that only one living thing on this planet matters is disgusting and just shows why society is so @#$%ed up...namely people like you.
    Um... you just threatened to burn another human being... and you're saying I'm F-ed up?

    Prophet wrote:
    It would be poetic justice if one day, you were walking down the street and some nice looking gentleman smiled or harmless looking old lady smiled to you as you passed and then when your guard is down they plunge a knife right through you stomach in order to rob you and feed their perverse crack addiction that they hid so well.
    And I'm sick because I recognize people view animals differently? Seek professional help... you are a disturbed person.

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    Then they should leave you to die in the street like the base animal that you are. I mean...its their right to pursue happiness in a crack addicted stupor at the expense of lil ole you. I mean, the sum of your chemical parts add up to about $4.50. Think of the high that crackhead is going to get. And what did the world lose? Some animal hating loser and a his worth of about $4.50.
    What part of "requiring no obligation from anyone else" do you not understand about exercisingLiberty? Seriously, the fact that you threatened me over this shows you are very unstable... and you should not be carrying a gun... in fact, I would suggest the owners of this site report your information to your local police in order to have your weapons taken from you as you obviously are not mature enough to possess such deadly weapons.
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    Those that abuse an animal in this manner should be transported to another universe that is ruled by animals. Now THAT would be Justice!
    "If I shoot all the ammo I am carrying I either won't need anymore or more won't help"

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    What if your dog was being violent so you put it down with your trusted shotgun? Granted this guy left the dog to die so it doesn't compare, but do we need laws to tell us right from wrong?

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    Washintonian_For_Liberty, you are an evil person. Please leave this forum and go somewhere else.

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    Washintonian_For_Liberty wrote:
    And I'm sick because I recognize people view animals differently?
    I definitely view animals differently. In this case, most of them are more intelligent than your arguments.
    "If I shoot all the ammo I am carrying I either won't need anymore or more won't help"

    "If you refuse to stand up for others now, who will stand up for you when your time comes?"

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    Seriously, you people who are getting worked up hereneed some serious therapy... and as for the bloke who threatened me... I hope you're not such a hothead when you carry your gun. Because with attitudes like yours, you'll make our whole movement seem like the "right wing" nutjobs they think we are.

    Do you people think that anyone who eats a burger is evil or is dumber than a cow? I mean come on people... grow up.

    Animals are just animals no matter what you project on them... and no amount of ad hominem attacks on me will change that fact.
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    I actually have to agree with you on this one, sure what he did to that dog I find morally wrong but it didn't harm anyone.

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    I'm still wondering how they know the dog seen riding in the back of the pickup truck earlier is the exact same Rotty.
    I'll make you an offer: I will argue and fight for all of your rights, if you will do the same for me. That is the only way freedom can work. We have to respect all rights, all the time--and strive to win the rights of the other guy as much as for ourselves.

    If I am equal to another, how can I legitimately govern him without his express individual consent?

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    While I don't advocate intentional mistreatment of critters for fun and amusment I do agree they are animals.You don't put someone on trial for shooting a dog.Howeverthis person'sirresponsibility with a firearm is disturbing.My brother who is a vegitarian puts it like this."While I don't eat meat for health reasons I'll kill a cow in a heartbeat for a coat."Animals were put here for our use.

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    DEROS72 wrote:
    You don't put someone on trial for shooting a dog.

    They do if its cruelty. The dog was just left to die, in this case who knows how long it was there or if the one that shot it was even the owner.

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    tat2ed_guy wrote:
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    You don't put someone on trial for shooting a dog.
    They do if its cruelty. The dog was just left to die, in this case who knows how long it was there or if the one that shot it was even the owner.
    Who determines cruelty? You?? This was an animal, not a human, and therefore, there is no cruelty other than some subjective version of it that each person will see differently... to most people in this world, killing a dog is no different than someone picking a carrot and leaving it out to rot. The only reason the person should face any charges at all would be leaving an animal carcass on someone else's property... and if it is public property... they should not even get those charges as an animal rots and is considered biodegradable.
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    I had dog in Vietnam and its not bad with the right seasonings.....

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    DEROS72 wrote:
    I had dog in Vietnam and its not bad with the right seasonings.....
    Yuck! Eating NCO's, no matter how well cooked or seasoned, is just gross.




    I'll make you an offer: I will argue and fight for all of your rights, if you will do the same for me. That is the only way freedom can work. We have to respect all rights, all the time--and strive to win the rights of the other guy as much as for ourselves.

    If I am equal to another, how can I legitimately govern him without his express individual consent?

    There is no human being on earth I hate so much I would actually vote to inflict government upon him.

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    Washintonian_For_Liberty wrote:
    tat2ed_guy wrote:
    DEROS72 wrote:
    You don't put someone on trial for shooting a dog.
    They do if its cruelty. The dog was just left to die, in this case who knows how long it was there or if the one that shot it was even the owner.
    Who determines cruelty? You?? This was an animal, not a human, and therefore, there is no cruelty other than some subjective version of it that each person will see differently... to most people in this world, killing a dog is no different than someone picking a carrot and leaving it out to rot. The only reason the person should face any charges at all would be leaving an animal carcass on someone else's property... and if it is public property... they should not even get those charges as an animal rots and is considered biodegradable.

    Actually YES I do, and so do you and every other member of this society.What makes being cruel to a human any diff? If you are worthless and not good for anythingor a danger to other humans it should be ok to do the same to that person shouldnt it?

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    As I see it, the real problem is the idiot who shot the dog:

    A. did not kill it

    B. tied it to a tree and let it suffer



    If your going to shoot something, at least have the decency to make a quick kill. Any animal, especially one that someasshole decided he didn't want anymore, deserves at least that much.


    I can tell you've been Rady8ed, you have a nice glow about you.

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