Showing posts with label Ozzy. Show all posts
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As Citizens Face Felonies For It, Cop Leaves K-9 in Hot Patrol Car Until it Dies and is NOT Charged

 In the ostensible land of the free, there are two sets of justice systems: one for all those within and connected to the system, and one for everybody else.

A perfect example of this two tiered system is that the incontrovertible fact that people are jailed all the time for leaving their dogs in hot cars.

When an extended Beach policeman did the precise same thing and killed his police K-9 partner, he came out on the opposite end unscathed.

On August 14, 2019, Ozzy, a drug-detection dog with the Long Beach local department , was found dead within the K-9 vehicle by his handler officer Chris Thue.

Thue and Ozzy were off duty at the time which makes the very fact that the dog was within the car, entirely suspect.

After the dog died, veterinarians confirmed that Ozzy indeed died from heat exposure.

Instead of facing arrest and felony charges - like all other regular citizens would have faced - Thue faced nothing.

According to a report within the Press Telegram, shortly after Ozzy's death, the Long Beach local department gathered and presented facts surrounding the death to the l. a. County District Attorney's Office for review of any criminal culpability.

Fast-forward to 2020, and on Monday, the Long Beach Police were notified that the District Attorney's Office and therefore the Long Beach City Prosecutor's Office declined to file charges against Thue.

The case was first rejected by the District Attorney's Office, and therefore the city prosecutor's team came to an equivalent conclusion: that the case didn't meet the standards for "Criminal negligence," Assistant City Prosecutor Randall Fudge said in an email.

The case was reviewed by three separate prosecutors within the Long Beach office with 40 years of combined experience, he added.

The rejected possible charges included neglecting and/or abusing an animal.

"All three separately came to an equivalent conclusion," Fudge said, "That there wouldn't be enough evidence for a unanimous jury to conclude there was culpable negligence on the a part of Detective Thue.".

Patty Jackson, an area animal rights activist organized demonstrations to push for charges against Thue but after hearing the news he got off Scot free, she wasn't surprised.

"They should be held to an equivalent standards that we are," Jackson said of enforcement officers.

"These animals are like toddlers, and we're sending them into the road of fireside ."

Thue claimed the cooling system in his car had "Malfunctioned" but the report never confirmed it.

It is entirely obvious that these government entities came to the present decision because Thue may be a policeman , especially considering similar cases that clothed entirely different for non-cops.

Last year, Crystal Marie Houk left her dog in her car with the air conditioning running when she went inside Walmart.

The air conditioning was confirmed to be within the on position but had legitimately stopped working, resulting in the death of her beloved pit bull.

Despite the very fact that the air conditioning was confirmed to possess malfunctioned, Houk was charged with one count of animal cruelty, a third-degree felony, and arrested as she screamed hysterically within the parking zone after seeing her dead dog.

Just last month, right down the road from where Ozzy was left during a hot car until he died, alittle dog named Boomer was found in his owner's car.

Boomer was freed before he died, but unlike the special privilege granted to Thue, Boomer's owner was immediately found and arrested.

As people still fancy the streets across the country, it's cases like this one that compel them to be there.

On a daily basis, cops commit an equivalent or worse crimes than their civilian counterparts and nearly always escape accountability - even in instances of kid rape.

If this does not cause you to see the necessity for radical change then you're not listening .

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