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No intent to injure? Yes or no?

  1. ptosis profile image81
    ptosisposted 19 months ago

    No intent to injure? Yes or no?

    “It is unfortunate that he sustained injury, but there was never an intention to create injury.” St. Paul police allowed K9 dog to repeatedly bite, maul and rip out flesh of Frank Baker for over a minute while he was screaming in pain and kicked in the head for 'moving'. Baker was ordered to remain still while the canine continued to attack him.  Hard to remain still when a dog is chewing off chunks of meat from you.  https://youtu.be/B8HSqYF7_Zw


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  2. Ericdierker profile image54
    Ericdierkerposted 19 months ago

    That is very strange indeed.Law enforcement K9s are very specifically trained. The ones at borders are smellers and signal dogs. Rescue dogs are more like pointers. Inner city type K9s are protectors. A protector type dog is well trained to due like a lead wolf. Bite hard and hold. (although they are not trained to do like a wolf and go for the juggler vein.) A dog that would repeatedly bite and gnaw is like a total freak dog.they are not trained to rip flesh. Did the dog just go crazy or was the handler completely incompetent or evil? I would want blood tests on both as they seem to have been on something.
    Body cams are on in St. Paul, sooner or later we will get to the party or doggie at fault.

    1. ptosis profile image81
      ptosisposted 19 months agoin reply to this

      Yes, either that are sniffer or attack, it looked to me that the cop was not controlling the door.  The handler is incompetent or evil. Probably both.  Poor man, & he did do anything - just fit a description of dreadlocks and a white shirt.

    2. Ericdierker profile image54
      Ericdierkerposted 19 months agoin reply to this

      Nasty. If all get cleared on this -the gig is up. I think they call that intentional mayhem. Resulting in death is first degree.

    3. ptosis profile image81
      ptosisposted 19 months agoin reply to this

      Had to look that up: The criminal offense of willfully maiming, disabling, or disfiguring a person.

 
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