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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Pardus, Oct 28, 2011.
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Who gives a shit?
Police did the humane thing by killing it, then took photo's that I am sure are needed after they disharged their weapon. This hippie needs to get over it.
The cops did the right thing.
yes, there are a lot of clueless urban dwellers these days that think there is some kind of public animal health care system
Yup - I don't understand what else she expected them to do.
she thought they would capture it and take it to an animal hospital
like friggin Wild Kingdom in Atlanta
so are they making sausage or what?
i saw an almost dead deer (was hit by a car presumably) on the side of the road one time, but i had no decent way of putting it out of its misery. i felt kinda crappy.
cops did the right thing. wth did the woman expect? a deer paramedic crew and amublance?
most animals harvested by law enforcement in the line of duty go to food banks or the local jail, it varies
Shooting it was probably the best thing they could do.
Is that too much to ask? They have animal ambulances on tv.
they did the right thing. it would have died a very slow death.
the lady is a nutcase. what did she expect them to do? take it to the local ER and have the leg fixed? pfft.
good for the cops for putting it down fast.
Did they at least fix it up for dinner?
Stupid women. Probably a PETA nut who wanted the police to nurse and care for the poor deer.
nothing wrong. dumb woman is dumb.
Yes, let's waste tax payer's money on saving an animal that's likely going to be hunted and killed later on in its life.
Isnt next week the start of hunting season?
There would be no way of saving the animal. Killing it is the most humane thing really.
Died of a slow and lingering death?
Bullshit. Horses - yes. Deer - no.
I've seen deer that have survived broken legs. One of the guys I hunt with got a deer that obviously had a healed broken hind leg. It's kinda funny that this woman was referred to as a clueless urban dweller, but the majority of people posting also seem clueless. Nonetheless, I have zero problem with law enforcement shooting the animal, provided they donate the venison to a homeless shelter or something. Here's another message board with a lot of people witnessing deer surviving a broken leg. http://www.ifish.net/board/showthread.php?t=274410
That's what I was thinking.
Fair enough, but I imagine it would depend on the type of break.
Did they take pictures like they were posing with it? I can't tell for sure what's going on in that picture they have in the OP's link.
If so, that seems pretty unprofessional.