Cliff Judge wrote:
I am more angered by the torrent of bad puns used in attempt to make a humor piece out of a story about a companion animal getting shot in a police raid.
This is what happens when heavy-handed policing meets bad reporting... How much of it was merely for the sake of entertainment?
I don't know much of the facts, but somehow I doubt that Seagal actually shot the dog or killed any roosters.
I don't like it, but I don't think that it is uncommon for dogs, vicious or friendly, to be shot in police raids, and I'm pretty sure it's standard practice for animal control people to euthanize game cocks.
On a side note, I think reality TV and police work has become a bad combination. Just watch any episode of "Police Women of Broward County" to see why.