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by Hundmutter on 28 January 2019 - 08:01

Duke: "Accepting crap, no thanks, its time to fight back"

If you are 'fighting back' against TSA policies, PDB is a funny place to expect to do so. Not to mention that you haven't really drummed up that much support for your view in this thred.


GSCat: Could you put a bolt on the outside of the bathroom door ? (Can't get in the bathroom, can't turn on the bathtaps !)

by ValK on 29 January 2019 - 03:01

not about ears but no less stupid.

"did Doods, a German Shepherd police dog, sit or not?
If she did then police had grounds for searching a minivan for drugs — in which they found 27,500 pills of deadly fentanyl. But if Doods didn’t sit, then the stop and search could be considered illegal.
Unfortunately for the police, Doods was seen only to give a “partial” sit which the judge ruled was “highly ambiguous,” and certainly not a clear signal that drugs were present in the minivan.

In the end, B.C. Supreme Court Justice Michael Brundrett found in a pre-trial ruling that the search was illegal and the five 17.5-lbs bags of pills were therefore excluded from the evidence. The driver, Sandor Rigo, was acquitted.

aside often absurd level of our present court system, argument from "an american expert witness, Andre Falco Jimenez, a former Anaheim County police officer".

"An American expert witness, Andre Falco Jimenez, a former Anaheim County police officer, testified for the defence. After looking at police dash cam video, he said he didn’t believe the dog was giving any sign there were drugs.

“He described the dog as very lackadaisical … He said that dogs that make a find are typically happy, engaged, excited, and more alert because they expect to be able to play with a toy,” said the ruling."

on this basis judge did his decision.

that's most ridiculous argument i'd ever heard in my life.
now waiting when there will be ruling for police dogs - during an apprehension and before use of teeth, the dog must clearly and loud give to criminal suspect notification of Miranda rights.

https://nationalpost.com/news/b-c-drug-possession-case-comes-down-to-question-of-whether-rcmp-sniffer-dog-actually-sat-or-not

by duke1965 on 29 January 2019 - 06:01

@hundmutter, that statement is not directed at TSA, but at general situation in the world where left wing idiots(NOT saying all left wingers are) but the ones who are offended by everything and nothing and than want to ban it , get their way.

childrensparties, some type of cookies, Streets named after people who lived hundreds of years ago, christmastree in public places, you name it,

what dogs TSA is or isnot buying??, I really dont care

by astrovan2487 on 30 January 2019 - 02:01

I was at Penn vet working dog center yesterday (who deal with TSA quite a bit and took over their breeding program when it disbanded) and asked a very reliable source about this. Apparently the article was a little inaccurate. TSA is still going to use and buy GSDs, Malinois, Dutch Shepherds for screening cargo and other areas that they won't be directly searching people, they are trying to phase them out with directly searching people. Still pretty stupid but they are not entirely trying to remove these breeds as the article led people to believe.


by duke1965 on 30 January 2019 - 05:01

will see, DOD was going to stop buying dogs in europe, buy only in USA, took them less than 6 months to reverse that policy and fly back to Europe,

same thing will probably happen here LOL

by GSCat on 06 February 2019 - 08:02

Thanks, Hundmutter.

I posted back a couple days ago, but my post is missing :-(

Not an option, but it gave me a couple of ideas...

by GSCat on 08 February 2019 - 04:02

Valk-- Many already do, but it's in "dog" Angry


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