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Wondering

Chicago, IL

#1 Jul 17, 2013
Think it's crazy!! See rogersville paper page 2 , cop shoots 9 year old dog was going to leave but neighbor saw him , the dog was on its own property and did not harm him !! When the DA ask the cop said its just a dog?? My heart goes out to that dogs owner a 8 year old little girl, the hcso needs to take responsibility for there actions!!!! Everyone that has a dog should just read the article from the editor I was shocked how this could even happen"!!
Bull crap

Kingsport, TN

#2 Jul 17, 2013
Thats right They hurried up and put a so called news release in the paper immediatly, most all total lies about the actual facts. Yeah Bass was gonna get the hell out of there till the neighbor caught him and questioned the situation.
The poor child now in fear of the police due to this. Sad situation and a SORRY excuse for a detective that should never been on Hawkins County's dept due to his past screw ups.

Situation handled wrong. Hope Mr Wolfe sues them for their incompentense and just all their Bull crap involved with this situation.
there is another thread discussing this also
Copperhead Road

Dallas, TX

#3 Jul 17, 2013
Mr. Wolfe? Was that the dogs dad. A hah so it was a Wolfe. Well no wonder he shot the thing. I did not know Wolves were in Tennessee. That explains it all. Everyone can go back to sleep now.
ReblebornRebelBr ead

United States

#4 Jul 17, 2013
Hell no. We cant have Wolves running around. People shouldnt be allowed to own them things so one less makes it safer for everybody.
just sayin

Beaverton, OR

#7 Jul 18, 2013
sounds like somebody is a little trigger happy.what will he do if faced with child holding a toy gun!!they need to take his weapon before anything like that does happen!!!!!!!!!idiot!!
Miss Nan

Kingsport, TN

#8 Jul 19, 2013
just sayin wrote:
sounds like somebody is a little trigger happy.what will he do if faced with child holding a toy gun!!they need to take his weapon before anything like that does happen!!!!!!!!!idiot!!
The cold hearted bastard would tell the DA "it's just a child with a toy gun, not my fault" and Lawson would back him up. Bass, when your old man conceived you he wasted a f**ken load.
citizen

Kingsport, TN

#9 Jul 19, 2013
the best part of mr. ass ran down his mommas leg and apparently screwd up his judgement .
BASSMASTER

Murfreesboro, TN

#10 Jul 19, 2013
You all are just full of *cough cough* opinions, aren't ya? Especially when you don't have a dog in this race.
Miss Nan

Kingsport, TN

#11 Jul 20, 2013
BASSMASTER wrote:
You all are just full of *cough cough* opinions, aren't ya? Especially when you don't have a dog in this race.
We all have a dog in this race when it comes to cops abusing their power Mr. BASSMASTURBATER
The truth

Indian Trail, NC

#12 Jul 20, 2013
Wondering wrote:
Think it's crazy!! See rogersville paper page 2 , cop shoots 9 year old dog was going to leave but neighbor saw him , the dog was on its own property and did not harm him !! When the DA ask the cop said its just a dog?? My heart goes out to that dogs owner a 8 year old little girl, the hcso needs to take responsibility for there actions!!!! Everyone that has a dog should just read the article from the editor I was shocked how this could even happen"!!
Dogs dont own property. dogs do not have the right to stand there ground.If you dont like the law then change it but dont talk about our fine police officers.
Jerry

Columbia, SC

#13 Jul 20, 2013
Dogs do not have rights, but their owners sure do. This officer entered onto private property unannounced, unnecessarily and with no order, warrant or special permission from the court. Therefore, he was trespassing and then shot their family pet, failing to deliver a clean kill shot. So, the pet suffered. And Sheriff Lawson, who likely fears that Bass' actions may reflect poorly on his hiring choices or leadership abilities, found this to be justifiable. Not the best way for these fine officers to approach it.
Miss Nan

Kingsport, TN

#14 Jul 21, 2013
The truth wrote:
<quoted text>Dogs dont own property. dogs do not have the right to stand there ground.If you dont like the law then change it but dont talk about our fine police officers.
Is that so? You go and shoot a dog on private property and one of them fine police officers will haul your azz off to jail.
Miss Nan

Kingsport, TN

#15 Jul 21, 2013
Jerry wrote:
Dogs do not have rights, but their owners sure do. This officer entered onto private property unannounced, unnecessarily and with no order, warrant or special permission from the court. Therefore, he was trespassing and then shot their family pet, failing to deliver a clean kill shot. So, the pet suffered. And Sheriff Lawson, who likely fears that Bass' actions may reflect poorly on his hiring choices or leadership abilities, found this to be justifiable. Not the best way for these fine officers to approach it.
Your right, if the neighbor hadn't come out and saw him, Bass would of road off into the sunset and said nothing to anybody and would deny it after the owners reported it.
Wondering

Chicago, IL

#16 Jul 21, 2013
The truth wrote:
<quoted text>Dogs dont own property. dogs do not have the right to stand there ground.If you dont like the law then change it but dont talk about our fine police officers.
It's obvious you are as illiterate as the fine police officer that shot the dog!! Or your just trying to piss everyone off either way just shut up everyone with any sence at all knows it was wrong to shoot that dog its people like you that say ignorant things when you should just not say anything at all"!!!
The truth

Charlotte, NC

#17 Jul 21, 2013
Wondering wrote:
<quoted text>It's obvious you are as illiterate as the fine police officer that shot the dog!! Or your just trying to piss everyone off either way just shut up everyone with any sence at all knows it was wrong to shoot that dog its people like you that say ignorant things when you should just not say anything at all"!!!
Its people like you who kisses dogs butts but hates people. Even Obama has eat dogs. so get a life and just taste one dog and see you might like it.
I wonder

Kingsport, TN

#18 Jul 21, 2013
When did a dog's life become more important than a person's life? I think this is the most stupid thing I have read on here. From what I read, the officer went there at the owner's request because of an incident of trespassing and they weren't even home when he got there. There had been other problems with this dog before this. Seems to me this dog should not have been allowed to run loose. I will tell you this, if a dog comes at me growling and showing teeth, I would shoot if I had a gun. I don't blame the office for what he done. This just shows the mentality of some people when they start threads like this and don't have a clue about what happened and don't care.
Miss Nan

Kingsport, TN

#19 Jul 22, 2013
I wonder wrote:
When did a dog's life become more important than a person's life? I think this is the most stupid thing I have read on here. From what I read, the officer went there at the owner's request because of an incident of trespassing and they weren't even home when he got there. There had been other problems with this dog before this. Seems to me this dog should not have been allowed to run loose. I will tell you this, if a dog comes at me growling and showing teeth, I would shoot if I had a gun. I don't blame the office for what he done. This just shows the mentality of some people when they start threads like this and don't have a clue about what happened and don't care.
I wonder if you'd be saying that if they came to your house and shot your pet, on your property? It's your mentality that's the problem, not ours.
Willy

United States

#20 Jul 22, 2013
I wonder wrote:
When did a dog's life become more important than a person's life? I think this is the most stupid thing I have read on here. From what I read, the officer went there at the owner's request because of an incident of trespassing and they weren't even home when he got there. There had been other problems with this dog before this. Seems to me this dog should not have been allowed to run loose. I will tell you this, if a dog comes at me growling and showing teeth, I would shoot if I had a gun. I don't blame the office for what he done. This just shows the mentality of some people when they start threads like this and don't have a clue about what happened and don't care.
Read the article in the July 17 edition of the Rogersville Review, page 2. You seem to be the one who don't have a clue as to what happened. Of course you may actually be Mr. Bass, a family member, or a friend if you have any.
Bull crap

Kingsport, TN

#21 Jul 22, 2013
I wonder wrote:
When did a dog's life become more important than a person's life? I think this is the most stupid thing I have read on here. From what I read, the officer went there at the owner's request because of an incident of trespassing and they weren't even home when he got there. There had been other problems with this dog before this. Seems to me this dog should not have been allowed to run loose. I will tell you this, if a dog comes at me growling and showing teeth, I would shoot if I had a gun. I don't blame the office for what he done. This just shows the mentality of some people when they start threads like this and don't have a clue about what happened and don't care.
No one said a dogs life is more important, but apparently your not a pet owner orrrrrrrrr your one that keeps a dog on a chain in the back and never give it any attention making it live a terrible life. Pets become part of someones family..

The officer never went on the owners request. He went on his own not calling 1st to do a follow up on a report from a week or more back. Making a trip wasting county tax payers gas to go from HCSO all way down to Morresburg during the day when most people are away working. A simple phone call would have saved gas/time/and this incedent. Duhhhhhhh. Many better ways this whole thing could have been handled.
Your the one that doesnt know about this, and thank goodness your not a dective. you seem to have the same mentallity as Bass.
Best Deal

Charlotte, NC

#22 Jul 22, 2013
Miss Nan wrote:
<quoted text>
I wonder if you'd be saying that if they came to your house and shot your pet, on your property? It's your mentality that's the problem, not ours.
If it makes you happy come on to my house and shoot my dogs. But if you shoot them you must eat them

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