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Cops break into house, kill dog and harass old lady.

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On August 15, 2012 Wayne County Sheriff's deputies, along with Macedon, NY Police broke into 75 year old Phyllis Loquasto's Plank Road home in the town of Walworth, NY, forced her at gunpoint to lay on her bathroom floor, screamed at her to close her eyes and stay down, then executed her dog "Duke."

Minutes earlier, Loquasto, who has had three strokes and a knee replacement, was on her computer when she heard loud smashing sounds, then saw what she described as several men dressed in black with masks on.

As she was laying on her bathroom floor Loquasto could hear the men talking in loud voices.

"The dog hadn't even barked, yet I heard one of them say, he's aggressive, shoot him! I'll never forget the sound of that gunshot and the blood flying everywhere. They did all this while forcing me to lay on the bathroom floor, screaming at me to stay down, and holding me at gunpoint. I couldn't get up if I wanted to. I'm 75 years old, had three strokes and knee replacement, and can hardly walk. There was nothing I could do to help my pet."

Unfortunately, Duke died a slow death.

"They shot him with a shotgun in such a manner that he ran around in pain and bled all over the house and suffered a slow, cruel death. There was no reason for this kind of treatment, they killed my dog for no reason. This was the sweetest and most gentle animal anyone could want, I would trust him with a baby."


http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=40721


All because of w-e-e-d....

I hope those cops get assaulted. This is a outrage. She needs to lawyer up and get money out of of this. Even close down this piece of **** Police HQ.

:cmad::cmad::cmad::cmad::cmad::cmad:
 
Absolutely disgusting. They need a good, slow, drawn out beating. It'd be unfortunate if this made it to /b/. Those guys would ruin their lives.
 
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My god...let me at those ****ers. They will be running around in pain and bleeding everywhere. Christ there is no reason nor excuse for this!
 
Why would they do something like this to her. This is outrageous.
 
I'm going to call BS on this by pure virtue of the website it's on.
 
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If this is true, then it's disgusting.

For weed. Boo ****ing hoo. Cigarettes kill more people with weed (if weed even kills anyone at all), but we have to keep weed banned because the CONservative Christian get in their fake "moral outrage" about it.

She should sue them for every penny they've got.
 
If this is true, then it's disgusting.

For weed. Boo ****ing hoo. Cigarettes kill more people with weed (if weed even kills anyone at all), but we have to keep weed banned because the CONservative Christian get in their fake "moral outrage" about it.

She should sue them for every penny they've got.

Don't see how she could. Everything they did was legal.

She's lucky they didn't find her "aggressive".
 
Don't see how she could. Everything they did was legal.

She's lucky they didn't find her "aggressive".


They went in with masks on. That makes them robbers.

They killed her dog. That makes them murderers.

They did this to a woman, a 75 year old woman. That makes them ****s.

They didn't say who they were until it was over. That gives her the right to sue.

They scared her so bad she pissed herself. That makes them douce-****s. A rare breed indeed.

She has the right to lawyer up.

Also if Franklin and Bash gets renewed, I hope they have a episode on this...
 
I'm not debating the ethics. But it is the law.

The reason you probably haven't seen this story more (and you can find it on other news sites) is because this has become so common that it's buried in the headlines.

Just google news police brutality. The sheer amount of cases is staggering. Most never go to trial, even cases where someone is bludgeoned or stunned to death (even if they're innocent).

I recall this one case, not too long ago, where cops beat a man for two whole minutes... after they beat him to death. Literally, beating a dead man.
 
I'm not debating the ethics. But it is the law.

The reason you probably haven't seen this story more (and you can find it on other news sites) is because this has become so common that it's buried in the headlines.

Just google news police brutality. The sheer amount of cases is staggering. Most never go to trial, even cases where someone is bludgeoned or stunned to death (even if they're innocent).

I recall this one case, not too long ago, where cops beat a man for two whole minutes... after they beat him to death. Literally, beating a dead man.

That's not right or fair. I'd lawyer up and if that didn't work, I'll die going Walking Tall on their pig asses.

Or maybe I'll try Voodoo...kill my pets or family members and whatever 'good' or 'morals' I have is gone, revenge time.:cmad:
 
Sometimes, stories like these come along and really just make me say:

I don't want to live on this planet anymore.

******* horrible.
 
Why? I've heard worse.

http://www.wnd.com/2012/08/cops-kill-dog-handcuff-kids-in-wrong-house-raid/

And they got the wrong house...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Berwyn_Heights,_Maryland_mayor's_residence_drug_raid

Not even mayors are safe.

They seem to like killing dogs.


The assault on the mayor of Berwyn Heights and his family was particularly egregious but pretty much par for the course for that jurisdiction. The police and sheriff's departments in Prince George's County, Maryland are notorious for their unbridled brutality and regular use of excessive force.


About ten years ago the Washington Post investigated the number of killings of unarmed men, usually Black men, by the PG County Police Department. They stopped counting when the number of unjustified killings reached fifty. The police shot and killed men who were handcuffed. Men who were sleeping. Men who were standing peacefully and cooperating with officers. Men who allegedly committed dangerous crimes like littering and urinating in public. In one case, an officer tailed a man from Maryland across the Potomac into Virginia in an unmarked car, then shot him to death when the man became fearful he was going to be robbed. It was later discovered that the murdered man was targeted because he had the same name as a petty criminal. And not one cop, not one, was ever so much as tried for any of those killings.


The mayor was lucky that they only shot his dogs to death.
 
You'd think people would you know, do something about it.

Though it does make me wonder about the state of Maryland's motto...

"Strong deeds, gentle words."
 
I'd be lying if I said I wouldn't get aggressive.

Yeah, I'm pretty attached to my dog, and one of those would die for my family types. If I were there, that was my dog, and the lady my Grandma, I'd have decked the guy. I've never been arrested, or lost it like that, but right's right, and same with wrong being wrong, regardless of what the law says. A guy making a helpless elderly lady do that, and making that dog suffer, I think that would be a button pusher for me. Which given my personality type, even typing that embarrasses me to be honest. I have a good Mom who raised me right though, and things like this are always headscratchers for me. I can never understand why you'd even want to treat another like that.
 
This is why people hate cops. Even though there are a lot of good ones out there, there are just as many *****e bag cops who were the high school bully who now bully the public they are supposed to serve and protect. SMH.
 
The only fitting punishment is to be held at gunpoint for the rest of their days.
Move one muscle and BANG.
 
Has anyone found this at a legit news source? I'm curious to read more on it.
 
If any cops went into my house & shot my dogs or harassed my family, I'd definitely retaliate aggressively. :cmad:
 
Well, if this really happened, then they would have the right to shoot the dog if it was aggressive to them during a drug bust. I still want to hear all the facts from both sides, but no one outside of a few questionable sites are even writing about it. Hopefully it picks up steam and other places pick up the story.
 
Well the story certainly isnt worded in a favorable light for law enforcement. Quite simply, the first line of the article (and title of this thread, I might add) is erroneous.

The cops didnt "break in" to anyone's house (no matter how many times that those words get repeated in the article). "Breaking in" to someone's home is illegal. A judge granted these officers a felony search warrant and they executed a felony search warrant. Here in Georgia, this can be a "no knock" or "knock first" warrant. Either way, they were within their rights and protocol to enter the home aggressively to conduct the search.

That said, when I have been a part of teams that execute these warrants, every person, young or old, handicapped or able bodied, male or female, is treated the same. However that does not mean kept on the floor at gun point. They should be searched and secured in a safe area.

Also, I dont know if the dog was acting aggressively or not. If it was, then yes, shooting it is an option to protect the officers. However, this line: They shot him with a shotgun in such a manner that he ran around in pain and bled all over the house and suffered a slow, cruel death is one of the most ridiculous I have ever seen in print. It makes it sound like the officers shot him only to injure him and make him suffer for their own cruel purposes.

Now before anyone attacks me, if this happened 100% the way that the lady claims, then the police made several mistakes that should be dealt with (not identifying themselves, keeping her in a hot car, etc etc). I am simply pointing out that the article is erroneous about some of the wording and seems to paint this entire thing off as police just being ***** for the fun of it and not there doing their job.
 
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