December 14th, 2016 13:29 EST
Cops Allow Police Dog to Bite Naked Unarmed Man
"The NBC4 I-Team has obtained police body cam video - never before seen publicly - that shows cops allowing a K-9 to bite a naked, unarmed man, including for over 40 seconds after officers had him pinned to the ground.
It took some time for the officers to locate the man hiding in a rustic canyon area surrounded by homes and a high school. Officers believed the man was under the influence of a controlled substance, which the man later admitted to NBC4 was true.
The man`s lawyers are accusing the police department of "excessive force," and I can only hope common sense will prevail if this case goes to trial.
The idiot, a 25-year-old businessman in San Diego for a convention, told reporters that he ended up naked in that canyon after a night of hard partying, and he admitted taking LSD.
The police officers turned the dog loose only after the drugged-up jackass refused to obey instructions. After hours searching for the man in the canyon, the officers should be commended for their restraint, instead of being accused of police brutality. It would have been understandable if the cops had ordered the K-9 officer to go after the suspect`s family jewels.
Keep in mind this naked junkie loser was roaming around in an area near a high school and private residences. This video should be shown in schools as a cautionary tale: This is what happens when you take LSD.
Anybody with a modicum of common sense will agree that a man who parties all night, consuming a smorgasbord of drugs, and who ends up butt-naked near a high school, deserves to be attacked by a police dog.
The druggie wasn`t charged with any crimes, and he still has the audacity to sue the city of San Diego. This out-of-towner believes that he can get high, roam around naked in the beautiful city San Diego, and leave with millions in his pocket. If anybody deserves to be attacked by dogs and the fair citizens of Sand Diego it`s this loser.
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