Someone you know is killing your dog

This is a discussion on Someone you know is killing your dog within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by glockman10mm A definite act of physical aggression with a deadly weapon. I would consider it a precursor of what was next for ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by glockman10mm View Post
    A definite act of physical aggression with a deadly weapon. I would consider it a precursor of what was next for me and act accordingly.
    I too would assume that my dog is being attacked first and that I am next in line to be attacked. I would react accordingly to that logical assumption.
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    Quote Originally Posted by troutkiller View Post
    Shoot 'em, even if a dog is considered property and the shooting is not defensible on those grounds. He had a knife, he stabbed my dog and then he came for me.

    BANG!
    I have a feeling this is what many would do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by troutkiller View Post
    Shoot 'em, even if a dog is considered property and the shooting is not defensible on those grounds. He had a knife, he stabbed my dog and then he came for me.
    BANG!


    ^^^^^^^This could be ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    a likely scenario, IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN!


    Most likely gonna be a he said, she said anyways.

    Only reason to treat a dog like that is if its attacking or rabid.
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    Well I would watch, but if the knife weilding 2 legged animal turned even slightly towards me, I would shoot him
    English is my second language, I have been told my use of it is harsh, apologies if this is the matter.

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    Somebody hurts my setter on purpose, that somebody is not going to hurt anyone else. Ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kerberos View Post
    I'm just kinda thinking out loud here but...

    Has DefensiveCarry.com ever been subpoenaed?
    Even if it hasn't, if involved in a situation where one's being prosecuted for something ugly, then finding out a person's online presence (and hence posts) isn't that tough to achieve. It's one of those things that can show prior thinking, mental state, and the like. Not exactly proof, but these days a bowl full of consequences is often enough to convict. Something worth considering, for anyone leaving a "trail" via communications online or elsewhere.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ccw9mm View Post
    Even if it hasn't, it's involved in a situation where one's being prosecuted for something ugly, finding out a person's online presence (and hence posts) isn't that tough to achieve. It's one of those things that can show prior thinking, mental state, and the like. Not exactly proof, but these days a bowl full of consequences is often enough to convict. Something worth considering, for anyone leaving a "trail" via communications online or elsewhere.
    Good reason not to say anything that you don't believe. And good reason if you are a nutcase, not to say anything.
    English is my second language, I have been told my use of it is harsh, apologies if this is the matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Hawkeye_ View Post
    Good reason not to say anything that you don't believe. And good reason if you are a nutcase, not to say anything.
    If you know that you are a nutcase, are you really a nutcase?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccw9mm View Post
    Even if it hasn't, if involved in a situation where one's being prosecuted for something ugly, then finding out a person's online presence (and hence posts) isn't that tough to achieve. It's one of those things that can show prior thinking, mental state, and the like. Not exactly proof, but these days a bowl full of consequences is often enough to convict. Something worth considering, for anyone leaving a "trail" via communications online or elsewhere.
    That's kinda what I was getting at, but much more eloquently stated...

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    Depends.
    If it its in my home or fenced yard we have a problem. If the dog was out running loose then it its our fault for not securing the animal properly.
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    He had a knife he stabbed my dog,when I tried to stop him he tried to stab me,I stopped the threat,I took my dog to the vet and notified them to call an ambulance for the POS bleeding on my carpet since my phone was broken during the attack oopsy
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    Quote Originally Posted by troutkiller View Post
    Shoot 'em, even if a dog is considered property and the shooting is not defensible on those grounds. He had a knife, he stabbed my dog and then he came for me.

    BANG!
    Exactly! He was using the dog to threaten her ! DR

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    There is always..... they came at me with a knife, and in the process of defending myself my dog also tried to protect me and may have gotten harmed by them as a result.
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    "As he was stabbing my dog, he said I was next, officer."
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