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Oops, Wrong Apartment… Sorry We Killed Your Dog
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Quote:An Army veteran who’d been living at the same Buffalo, N.Y., address for three years got home Monday afternoon to discover that someone had torn down the door, shot up the apartment, ransacked the place and killed his dog, Cindy, who was leashed in the kitchen.
Breaking and entering in broad daylight. Animal cruelty. Adam Arroyo appeared to have been the victim of big-city crime.
But wait — whoever it was had left a piece of paper behind, a note. Not a note, a warrant. It wasn’t robbers after all; this was all police work.

http://personalliberty.com/2013/06/12/bu...r-dog-not/
It's the "BILL OF RIGHTS" not the bill of "needs"
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I hope he took lots of pictures before he fixed anything. Especially the dog on the leash.

Crazy.
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Don't worry, justice will be served, and those officers will be held accountable for their actions. Dodgy
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bac0nfat;105357 Wrote:Don't worry, justice will be served, and those officers will be held accountable for their actions. Dodgy

Yup vacation and promotion time.
The law? The law is a human institution...
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csmith;105371 Wrote:
bac0nfat;105357 Wrote:Don't worry, justice will be served, and those officers will be held accountable for their actions. Dodgy

Yup vacation and promotion time.

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Even if it could be proven to be the most innocent of mistakes, is it not normal ethics to replace something you broke, even on accident?

I mean, if my kid accidentally breaks his friend's skateboard, he owes him a new one. Right?

So um....new door? New dog? Cremate the old one? Not too much to ask???
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You would have also thought they would have posted a police officer at his house until he arrived home instead of leaving it wide open for someone to actually burglarize it? I hope he lawyers up and wins big.
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RugerGirl;105374 Wrote:Even if it could be proven to be the most innocent of mistakes, is it not normal ethics to replace something you broke, even on accident?

I mean, if my kid accidentally breaks his friend's skateboard, he owes him a new one. Right?

So um....new door? New dog? Cremate the old one? Not too much to ask???

Agreed. My heart breaks for this man. I hope justice is served, but I do not have high hopes that it will Undecided
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RugerGirl;105374 Wrote:Even if it could be proven to be the most innocent of mistakes, is it not normal ethics to replace something you broke, even on accident?

I mean, if my kid accidentally breaks his friend's skateboard, he owes him a new one. Right?

So um....new door? New dog? Cremate the old one? Not too much to ask???

You can be charged criminally for the most innocent of mistakes. If you accidentally kill somebody you will be charged with manslaughter at minimum, no matter what the circumstances. You can also face civil consequences on top of that.

Unless of course you are a cop.
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bac0nfat;105380 Wrote:
RugerGirl;105374 Wrote:Even if it could be proven to be the most innocent of mistakes, is it not normal ethics to replace something you broke, even on accident?

I mean, if my kid accidentally breaks his friend's skateboard, he owes him a new one. Right?

So um....new door? New dog? Cremate the old one? Not too much to ask???

You can be charged criminally for the most innocent of mistakes. If you accidentally kill somebody you will be charged with manslaughter at minimum, no matter what the circumstances. You can also face civil consequences on top of that.

Unless of course you are a cop.

I know, but I was just saying that at the VERY minimum, the cops owe him quite a list of stuff. I can't believe they don't even have insurance that would cover that.....
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