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Dog Murdering Cop Loses Job Because Of Hundreds And Hundreds Of Angry Texas Callers ~ Dashcam Released

…This is a bad situation that occurred,” he said. “It’s a situation that we’ve never had to deal with.”

Sheriff David Traylor said in his nearly three decade career in law enforcement, he’s never had a department receive so many threats for a single incident. Ultimately, he said that is why Deputy Dooley was fired.
“He’s had threats that he needs to be shot in the back of the head,” Sheriff Traylor said. “And it came to the point that Deputy Dooley was actually in a dangerous position and he put any other officers working with him into a dangerous position.”

They have received so many calls that it has hindered work.

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That's fer sure

The only thing we really know from the wagging tail is we have that dog's attention. Why do people interpret animal presentations so unidimensionally? A lot of times it's a contract: I'll be nice if you DON'T come close. If you DON'T touch me.

People use HORRIBLE body language with dogs. Walk right up, look them right in the eye and stoop over them. That's a challenge in dog world.

Be brave, be brave, the Myan pilot needs no aeroplane.

You may very well be a vet

but you should refrain from talking in absolutes. I watched the video and I have over 50 years of experience with numerous breeds of dogs. Have you ever seen a Chesapeake Bay Retriever's tooth baring smile? One of the scariest things you could see but it is actually a sign of submission, I've seen English spaniels do the same thing. That dog who was executed exhibited no aggressive traits while on the film, other than jumping out of the truck bed after being addressed by the cop. The damning thing about this trigger happy cretin was the fact he was content to sit and watch the dog flopping about while suffering incredible pain and then showboating after other cops arrived on scene. After the owner displayed an incredible amount of and intestinal fortitude by doing the unimaginable this piece of unmitigated garbage had the gall to mug for the camera even saying "Hi Ma". I hope she is proud of the values she has instilled in this guy. For you to second guess this man's action of ending his beloved pets and coworkers agony is inconcievable.
BTW I just had to put down an incredible Chessie of only five years due to two Vet's incompetence and greed. Try this, hang out a sign at your shop proclaiming support for this half man who needs a badge and a gun to feel like a total man.

There are no politicians or bankers in foxholes.

I am not defending

the officer for his actions and he does appear to be a jerk but this still could have all been avoided by some thinking on the part of the owner, the officer, or both. I appreciate the fact you have fifty years experience and know a lot about animal behavior but there is no way to know what will happen when a dog is barking. There is no way to know if the dog is smiling or showing his teeth in an aggressive manner. I learned a good lesson during my career and that was to believe every new dog you see will bite unless proven otherwise. Sorry to hear about your Chessie but not all vets are greedy and incompetent.I spent the last 8 years of my practice as a Holistic Veterinarian and did Chiropractic and acupuncture. I stopped vaccinating every animal yearly, the income stream for all Vet practices, and began doing what was best for the animals. I was not well respected by my colleagues but I did not care because I was doing what was right for the animals and their owners. I am sure the other Vets were threatened because I was telling people things that they felt was hurting their income.Thanks to less vaccines and proper raw diet my Dobie lived to be 18 and my current dog is 14 but acts like she is 2. I am sorry you and your Chessie had such a bad experience.

It's good to hear

about your experience with vaccinations. I replaced my beloved "Runner" with a mature Chessie his age that a breeder felt couldn't show. She is fanatical about refusing vaccinations and all non natural ingredients being introduced into a dog's system. She claims her Chessies live to be 17 or 18 which I found astounding. I've had some reach 15 but was very selfish keeping them that long. BTW my Chessie died from contracting MRSA during an ACL operation by a traveling Vet my normal vet used who had a serious infection on her hands. I had no idea it wasn't done by in house vets. They milked about 5 grand out of me for the disease after charging me about the same for the surgery.
That being said you must understand the position of most here, this is an instance which is becoming all too familiar. The shoot first and let the dog die has become standard operating procedure which demonstrates an incredible amount of indifference to those they are supposed to serve. Most here view cops this way. A young kid starts torturing flies and proceeds to go to small mammals. The logical progression is evident to the next step. Add to that society giving an individual the power of life and death, ever notice the similarities many of these cops have in their appearance?
I had one of these cretins, who had been a punk in high school, suddenly bulk up a couple of years after graduation. A close friend of mines daughter, who I viewed as a third daughter, was dating him. She was a grad student whose major was psychology and was nearing graduation. She attempted to break off her relationship with this cretin and he responded by blowing her brains out, luckily for him and I he also succeeded, accidentally I believe, to kill himself You could guarantee if it ever happened to me, dog or kid, there would be at least one more human dead, either the cop or me.

There are no politicians or bankers in foxholes.

My entire life experience around animals and dogs...

...trumps your comment on an internet message board.

I don't see it bearing it's teeth, either.

As for your claim I would have fingers left...? Give me a freaking break.

PEOPLE OPPOSING TYRANNY - Real Grass Roots!
Are you a POT or a PET - Person Embracing Tyranny?

hiding this down here...

I think she did give off one clear signal that "should" have told him she wasn't at all impressed and he needed to back off. He should have left her alone/ignored her, she would have woofed/maybe postured a bit and this wouldn't have happened.

Garnet
Daughter of 1776 American Revolutionists

lets see

you are not a "Vet" or animal expert and then you profess to know more than someone who spent 8 hours a day for 28 years working on dogs because you have life experience. Rightttttttttt!!!!

I'm saying...

I don't believe you.

PEOPLE OPPOSING TYRANNY - Real Grass Roots!
Are you a POT or a PET - Person Embracing Tyranny?

If I had been the person pulling up to the truck

and the dog was barking and giving conflicting signals I would have stayed in the car until the dog was controlled. That is all I am saying. I have no idea how the shooting occurred because it is not shown on camera. Maybe the owner saw what happened but for people here to say they know how the event ended is pure conjecture. The sad part is the dog is dead and it could have been prevented had either the owner or the officer used their heads.I have watched the video multiple times and what I am seeing, and with 28 years experience working with all kinds of dogs and cats, tells me this animal is not one I am going to approach until under control. Had I been the owner or the officer this dog would still be alive.

Deputy Dog Is A Moron!

He lost his job and his career because he was a stupid jerk...

His lucky someone didn't shoot this miserable bastard in the head...

They tell you what you want to hear.

They tell you what you want to hear. The shooter has quit, started getting pension after working for 30 years. Not bad. They tell the public that he was fired. Everybody is happy. The investigation will end to the shooter's favour, because that was his judgment.

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The deputy only worked there 6 months...

He was fired... from this particular sheriff's department... but will likely get a job elsewhere, for another department...

PEOPLE OPPOSING TYRANNY - Real Grass Roots!
Are you a POT or a PET - Person Embracing Tyranny?

Sad but true.

I'd even bet on him being rehired by a different department within 6 month.

"A vote for the lesser of two evils is a vote to keep things the same", Buckminster Fuller..
A choice for liberty is always a choice for liberty.

If the outcry wasn't great enough, this guy wouldn't be out

Death threats were a gross overreaction to this heartless, mindless cop's assault on this good-natured dog's approach, compounding his wrong by failing to follow through in putting it out of its dying misery, then forcing the owner to drown it in a bucket of water by his own hand.

Perhaps the video of this healer's sacrifice might have spared others of Officer Dooley's recklessness, but why would it take any number of calls for the Sheriffs department to figure that they ought to take him off the force?

Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have the exact measure of the injustice and wrong which will be imposed on them. - Frederick Douglass

No excuse for this guy

He saw and heard the dog in pain and did nothing. Even if he were justified in shooting the dog, what he did was heartless.

We all want progress, but if you're on the wrong road, progress means doing an about-turn and walking back to the right road; in that case, the man who turns back soonest is the most progressive.

-C. S. Lewis

Maybe his intention

was to stop the dog from attacking rather than to kill the dog.Maybe he didn't shoot the dog again because he hoped it might live. Maybe what he said about how he felt after shooting the dog was true.Why did the owner not put the dog in his truck and rush it to the nearest vet clinic instead of evidently suffocating the dog to end the situation. The police officer could have avoided the whole incident and so could have the owner. See my post above and it might clear a few things up.

I kinda think..

he fired once and scared the dog so it was moving away from him. Then he shot it in the head from behind.

Garnet
Daughter of 1776 American Revolutionists

It

was shot in the head. Too late for the vet.

"Endless money forms the sinews of war." - Cicero, www.freedomshift.blogspot.com

Not necessarily..

It's like a person who's been shot in the head.. it depends on location and tissue damage etc.. Some of the dogs who were shot in the head by cops have survived.

That being said.. from the report it sounds like there was quite a bit of damage both soft tissue and otherwise.. it may have looked hopeless and with that piteous howling and maybe no emergency vet close by he did the best he could think of at the time?

Also vet's often take a look at an injured animal and come out to tell you how much they're going to need upfront to continue. If you don't have it and can't get it they shrug sadly and offer the another solution anyway.

Garnet
Daughter of 1776 American Revolutionists

Its only to late

if zero effort is made to try and save the animal. If your pet or family member is shot in the head are you going to say it is to late and watch them die or are you going to have them taken to the nearest medical facility to try and save their life?

Isn't it considered "cruelty

Isn't it considered "cruelty to animals to shoot a dog then leave it in excruciating pain? Was the deputy on private property?

GOOD!

GOOD!

This needs to happen more

This needs to happen more often, but they should be charged.

To climb the mountain, you must believe you can.

When the Texas Rangers get involved

You know yur in deepsheet.

They are investigating the deputy.

Deputy breaks down,

Deputy breaks down, says 'I'd be upset if it were my dog'
RAINS COUNTY, TX (KLTV) -
A former Rains County Sheriff's Office deputy is talking about the call that ended with a dog shot and his career with the department over.

Former Deputy Jerrod Dooley spoke from the office of his recently-retained Dallas lawyer, Peter Schulte. Schulte is a criminal defense attorney and has a background in law enforcement.

Dooley was fired for his handling of an April 18 burglary call on Cole Middleton's property in Rains County. When Dooley arrived, Candy the family's dog was in the back of a truck and friendly. Dooley approached her and talked to the dog.
"Come here partner," Dooley told the dog. "What're you fussing at?"

The Rains County Sheriff's Office and Dooley have received numerous threats since the story of the shooting of Candy, the blue heeler, was first reported on Monday. Dooley said it is a call that he still thinks about daily and understands why Middleton was so angry.
http://www.kltv.com/story/25346092/deputy-breaks-down-says-i...