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Raiders Player "Taunting Police K-9" --> 3rd Degree Felony??


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http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/14100069/ray-ray-armstrong-oakland-raiders-investigated-allegedly-taunting-k-9

What a bunch of malarky... and I am a Steelers fan. This wreeks of hometown nonsense. Guy was clearly joking around - if you have a police dog not trained well enough that the officer can't control him then neither of them should be in public! Stupidity like this gives legit cops a bad name.

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What's the dog doing in between the opposing teams' locker room and the field anyway?

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http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/14100069/ray-ray-armstrong-oakland-raiders-investigated-allegedly-taunting-k-9

What a bunch of malarky... and I am a Steelers fan. This wreeks of hometown nonsense. Guy was clearly joking around - if you have a police dog not trained well enough that the officer can't control him then neither of them should be in public! Stupidity like this gives legit cops a bad name.

Uhh, if I did this to a cop and his dog, I would get arrested and maybe worse.

The Raiders player barked at the dog, lifted his shirt and pounded his chest between exiting the locker room and entering the field area for warm-ups, according to Chief Deputy Kevin Kraus. Kraus said the player also told the deputy holding the K-9 to "send the dog."

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Yeah... it also turns out that if you wrap your arms around someone and throw them to the ground at your local piggly wiggly you will also get arrested. Things are a bit different when you are "inside the ropes" of a professional sporting event. The guy was clearly joking around with some folks in Pitt. I am sure nothing will come of it - while most LEOs go to college and thus maintain at least some minimal cognitive bar, all prosecutors are there.

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