So this video out of the salty armpit that is War-wack, Rhode Island has been making the rounds lately.
“Surveillance video released by the Warwick Police Department showed part of the altercation between two Pitbull mixed breed dogs and a woman before the dogs were shot by a police officer on Thursday.
According to the dogs owner, Tiffany Fletcher, her three dogs were staying at her parents home in Warwick while she went to work.
While they were at her mom’s home, Fletcher said the dogs dug a hole to get out of her mom’s fenced in yard. Noticing they had disappeared, the family Immediately went out searching for the dogs.
Warwick police said they were notified of the dogs on the run after a CVS employee claimed to have been bitten by one.
New video released by police showed part of an altercation that happened inside and outside of CVS.
Two Pitbull mixed breeds under the age of two were shown in the video. The dark one is named Peanut, the light one is Mia.
After watching the surveillance video, Fletcher said she doesn’t believe her dogs were acting aggressively .
“I’m sorry you were attacked, I don’t believe that was an attack they were excited to see you,” said Fletcher. “Mia jumped on you because she got excited it’s what they do I don’t know if that was a bite.”
Police also posted still images on their social media pages which show Mia latching on to the shirt of an employee.
Warwick Police commented there is more to that video after the altercation that hasn’t been released due to privacy of the victim.
“Their tails were wagging what I saw from the video,” said Fletcher. “Peanut stood on the ground and then she ran away and then they murdered her.”
Sometime after the CVS altercation police and animal control spotted the dogs on Keeley Avenue.
They said the animal control officer tried to catch the dogs but was unsuccessful.
According to officials, two of the dogs charged at Warwick police Officer Jeremy Smith who was trying to get in his cruiser and out of fear. For his safety Smith fired to stop an imminent attack.
Both dogs died at the scene.
“My dogs were laying, dying in the street for more than a half an hour,” said Fletcher.
Fletcher said the last few days have been tough, and things aren’t adding up. She said she takes full responsibility for her dogs getting lose and she wants justice for her animals.
“They’ve never bit they’ve never growled they have never done anything aggressive,” said Fletcher. “I do apologize to the victim for my dog jumping on you but I don’t feel that was an attack I will gladly pay your medical bills but that was not an attack.”
Fletcher’s third dog that got lose is now home.”
Two pitbulls under a year old, out running around loose, jumping on people and latching on to them without an owner in sight. What the fuck do you think is going to happen? Honestly, I don’t find it a big stretch to imagine that the dogs whose owners repeatedly lose track of them,
Were behaving aggressively. If you can’t figure out how to keep your dogs the fuck in your yard or on a leash, it’s probably a fair assumption that you haven’t mastered things like proper training and socialization. But, of course, according to Tiffany Fletcher, the dog’s clearly negligent owner, this was one thing and one thing only – MURDER.
Sure thing, you tubby sludgepump. I totally believe your version of events, despite clear evidence to the contrary. How does she even know what happened? She wasn’t there. Because she is too irresponsible to keep her dogs contained, supervised and safe. Let’s not forget that very important part. The employees at CVS aren’t responsible for your pets, the cops aren’t responsible for your pets, the neighbors aren’t responsible for your pets. You are. And this chick failed pretty hard, over and over again.
Who are you going to trust here? The dazed ratchet mumbling out accusations against the way that the police handled her loose and out of control dogs while she tries to make herself cry?
Or the uniformed officers who willingly released the security footage? I think that’s a pretty easy one, case closed. Feel free to make that call for yourself, though. Inclinations to trust aside, the easiest way to ensure your dogs don’t end up on the receiving end of some hot lead out of a standard-issue glock would be to keep control of them, in your own yard. Just my opinion, anyway, and one that this heffalump clearly doesn’t share. She is, after all, the hapless victim in search of justice here.
Yeah, ok, Sniffany. Poor you, this all was completely everyone else’s fault. Your reporting is clearly so accurate. Let’s break it down. You say they never went in to the CVS, yet you can clearly see they made it in to the building. And that one of the dogs clearly jumped on to a woman and latched on to her shirt. I mean, really. It’s right there.
They’re young dogs, so maybe it was aggressive, or maybe it was just a case of an untrained dog with no manners getting too boisterous with a stranger. I can assure you, the stranger on the receiving end does not want to play guesswork with that, because nobody wants to end up guessing wrong and getting ripped to shreds by a strange dog on the loose. Don’t be stupid. You may know your dog, but the general public does not. Nor do you know how your dog is going to react to the general public. They’re fucking animals. They’re not people. And that really goes for any breed. However, these were pitbulls for fuck’s sake. It’s not like pitbulls are in the news constantly for mauling people or anything….oh, wait. Yes they are.
I understand the public’s fear of pitbulls, but I also own one, so I have a bias toward the breed that I readily admit – mine is the best dog in the world. That’s also because I spared neither the time nor expense in making sure he would be. If you’re going to own a controversial dog breed, you better be willing to either go all in and then some to ensure that dog behaves, or don’t get one at all. Anything less is a total disservice to the dog, and the breed as a whoIe. That’s how we end up with more negative headlines, shitbags like Tiffany who can’t be bothered to do the bare minimum you would for a Golden Retriever, let alone rise to meet the demands of a powerful, determined, work-driven breed. Nowhere in the countless hours of training, socializing, boundary-setting, task-driven stimulation and regular vet care (including timely spay/neutering) has that EVER entailed any of the bullshit excuses this fupasloth has been churning out.
Oh, ok. So her only two options were either leaving her dogs in her home 24/7 or unsupervised in a yard without sufficient fencing? Sounds like someone should never have gotten dogs to me. Especially not the kind of dogs that require a ton of patience, training, attention and exercise.
I do agree on one point, though. Yes, Warwick, you should all keep your puppies safe. By keeping them safely confined to your house or yard. They’re a lot less likely to bite strangers and get shot by nervous cops as a result. Because if your dog starts running amuck in public, there’s a good chance something is going to happen to them. Especially if you own a pitbull. Your own negligence is not a defense. As a dog owner if you allow your dog to repeatedly get lose, the burden of guilt is on you. Not the driver who hits them as they run into the middle of the road, or the officer who shoots them because he doesn’t want to run the risk of someone getting mauled. Directly on you. But, of course, this sludgepump fancies herself somehow the victim here, moreso than the two dogs she completely failed. And no self-victimization is complete in 2019 without the obligatory GoFundMe.
Word to the wise – you can set up donations to go directly to the organization of your choosing, if that is truly your intent. I’m wondering about the intent of this shit, because it’s not set up that way at all. Yeah, I’ll pass. I’m all set with shelling out any cash to not one, but two full-grown adults whose negligence resulted in the death of two dogs. That’s right….the boyfriend is getting in on this pity party, too. And between the two of them, they’re going hard for the sympathy points and sweet, easy sympathy cash.
Funny, they seem to love the dogs more dead than they did alive. Because they didn’t care enough to keep them from repeatedly getting out and terrorizing the city of Warwick. Just enough to cash in posthumously. “Justice for Mia and Peanut”? Are you shitting me? Those dogs never saw an ounce of justice in their lives. Look at the irresponsible, utter and abject failures they got stuck with. The real justice here would be for these two morons to be relieved of any and all responsibility for vulnerable living things until they’re able to learn about responsibility and accountability. And I’m pretty sure the community is aware of it, because by the looks of it…..
I’m not the only one who sees right through this bullshit.
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