[VIDEO] Handcuffed Man Being Mauled By Police Dog

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A San Diego man was handcuffed and cops tried to restrain him further as he was attacked by a police dog. Unable to defend himself while handcuffed, he suffered as the dog aggressively bit and shook him while the cops were unable to get the dog to release its grip on the screaming man’s arm.

These incidents continue as the police state gains momentum and power. This time, beautiful San Diego was the site of the horrific scene which unfolded in broad daylight. As cops shoot our dogs and kill them for what amounts to target practice on pets, their dogs are trained to be aggressive and violent, and not let go.

Cops actually held the handcuffed man’s legs, as if he was the problem, while he was handcuffed, and only one officer actually tried to remove the attacking dog.

*This video is extremely graphic. It shows a man being mauled by a police dog.  It may not be suitable for all viewers.

There doesn’t appear to be any urgency in the cessation of this brutal attack either. The man can be heard repeatedly screaming and shouting Uncomfortable!” and a bystander can be heard saying, “You have no control of your dog whatsoever? Are you kidding me?” Once the cop escorts the dog away, the other police officers proceed with rummaging through the injured man’s pockets.

The suspect was left with a large open wound (which can be clearly seen toward the end of the video) after the dog pounced on him and bit him. The officer issued no command to stop the attack, but the police department claims that that is standard procedure. Luckily, for those who say things like, “we don’t know what happened before the dog was told to attack,” there is another video of what went down just prior the cop releasing his dog.

In the above video, the man is clearly complying with the cops orders as he’s viciously attacked by the police dog. He still puts his hands in the air and can be heard saying “ok! ok!” as the dog continues to bite.

According to the San Diego Tribune, on Wednesday, police officials said the officers and the dog adhered to the department’s policy. “While these videos can be graphic in nature to view, keep in mind our canines are extremely effective at deescalating situations and preventing elevated levels of force to take people into custody,” San Diego police Lt. Scott Wahl said.


Wahl claims that witnesses told police the man was running in and out of traffic, jumping on cars, trying to pull stop signs from the ground and challenging passersby to fight. He is also accused of punching a cab driver and trying to steal a motorcycle. When the officer first approached, the man allegedly started moving toward him and threatened to fight. He was eventually arrested on suspicion of robbery, battery and being under the influence of drugs.

The officer claims that he repeatedly told the man to stop or the dog would be released. And the dog, was indeed, released.

Police dogs are taught to bite and hold. This is meant to ensure that the canine does not repeatedly bite a person, which could cause further damage, Wahl said. The dogs also aren’t trained to release on a verbal command. Instead, officers are taught to apply pressure to release the canine’s jaw, to ensure they maintain control. That technique can take time. And it’s not done until the suspect is in handcuffs.“Sometimes it takes a bit to get into the right position,” Wahl said. “It’s not a perfect, sterile environment where you push a button and it happens.” The San Diego department also stressed that canine bites are relatively rare. During the first six months of 2017, the canine unit has responded to more than 8,200 calls for service. Bites only occurred during 18 of those. –San Diego Tribune

“We want to deter people from engaging in violent and assaultive behaviors,” the lieutenant said. “Most of the time, merely a police dog’s presence helps.” The debate over whether or not this was an unacceptable use of force or not is still ongoing.

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  • Dow Jones

    Pigs are always quick to shoot dogs even when they are no threat whatsoever to said pigs, yet when it is a pig dog eating a man’s arm…the pigs do nothing. This will end badly, very badly.

    • slk5

      pig dog was eating pig shit!!!

      • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

        When did anyone say that the dog bit a cop?

        • slk5

          let me clear that up, cop dog eats piece of shit on ground!!!

          • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

            Still wondering where you got the idea that the dog bit a cop.

          • slk5

            i was talking about the garbage on the ground…he looked like what an actual pig would shit!!!

          • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

            We already know that pigs look like what an actual pig would shit.
            They’re about as classy, too.

          • slk5

            how many time have you been arrested cupcake!!!

          • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

            Fewer than you, I’m sure.

            (for the record – literacy helps when you’re trying to troll someone)

          • slk5

            i know you’ll get better!!!

          • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

            Remedial English wasn’t your best class, was it. . .

          • slk5

            aww cupcake take your sensitivity degree, and go quickly to walmart for one of their openings…the degree will be meaningless, but i know you’re proud of it!!!

          • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

            Physics, not sensitivity – what is it about you illiterate shitstains that causes you to project your character flaws onto other people?
            Is it shame? Or simply a deficit of self-awareness?

            Think carefully before you answer, Sparkles – if you can.

          • slk5
          • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

            So – do you have anything but projection in your toolbox, or are you just a one-trick pony?

            Never mind – I already know the answer.

          • slk5

            and cupcake, don’t forget to drink a lot of liquids, your whining is excessive… https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/062cc29c0e51a391a20e9d2e932e999adb50657d7d94463ae44c207955c8cd65.gif

          • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

            Yup – one-trick pony.

            Poor libtard. You’re too pathetic even to pity. . .

          • slk5
          • g.johnon

            hey i like that butt hurt report. but you are a douche.

          • slk5

            thank you…same to you!!!

          • The pathetic never appreciate pity, anyway.

          • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

            They don’t really understand it, either.

          • Which is one reason why they are pathetic.

          • It was essential to get to current proficiency.

          • If it was literate, it would know the difference between arrest and incarceration.

        • Elaine.Benes, II


  • g.johnon

    how to ruin a fine dog through dipshit training.

    • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

      As is usual with vicious dogs, it’s not the dog but the owner who is to blame.

      I’ve owned a few dogs that John Q Fuckwit absolutely “thinks” are vicious, which were actually some of the best-behaved and friendliest animals that people who actually knew them had ever met.

      • g.johnon

        i am a dog guy and foremost a shepherd guy. i’ve had (not owned) 7 german shepherds, 1 doberman, 1 chow, and a pitbull that used to sleep with my cat.
        all of them extremely human conscious more bent on earning affection than in doing harm to other living beings.
        you do not have to train a shepherd to protect, that is already embedded into its dna. and, for the most part, a shepherd has a much better sense of discernment than most people and will not attack a person out of knee jerk. but will hold one by encircling it until the master says the intruder is ok or not.
        dogs are awesome. people suck.

        • Larry

          For once, I agree with you….100% !

          • g.johnon

            awesome to know. putting my helmet back on now, cuz i know we are gonna clash again real soon. 🙂

          • Larry

            Now, now…. where’s your optimism?

          • g.johnon

            damn! i know i put it somewhere….

          • Elaine.Benes, II

            G, you don’t need a helmet…you are from the olden days when our mantra was “the more head injuries, the better” LOL.

          • g.johnon

            hey lainie 🙂 we been posting on different topics lately i guess.
            how did we, as children survive all those years of riding bicycles and wearing no helmets. especially when you consider the crazy ass shit we used to do on them bikes.
            never lost a single crew member in all them years either.
            today’s kids get the message early that the gummint is here to make sure they are restrained at all times.

          • Elaine.Benes, II

            We lost a few teeth and had many a bruise and scrapes, one or two of our crew maybe even fractured an arm on the bikes back in the day, but we also played on burning hot metal playgrounds with sharp pieces that weren’t filed down and there were loose screws sticking out, never used sunscreen except on the nose (the only place I have a skin cancer so far), and played outside by with NO adult supervision from dusk til dawn. Accidents happened, some perv tried to abduct me out of crew of ten of us when I was 7, and sometimes we even got in trouble. But NOTHING stopped us from playing hard and being adventurers. After dude tried to get me in his car we were all back outside a few days later, not scared but more aware of the danger that lurks, more on guard, stronger for having gone through it. After one year of Kindergarten in the PES, my daughter who came into the world a bad-ass, is now scared of everything and everyone except ME (((the irony, the humanity))).

          • He never needed a helmet since his brain damage was congenital.

      • As go dogs, frequently go soldiers. It is all up to the owner.

        • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

          Sad part is, all too often those soldiers end up as cops.

          • The only professional skills they have been taught is victimizing innocent people who just want to be left alone. Since many of them are the deltas of the modern world, they aren’t qualified to do anything else besides dig ditches, and robots can do that better than humans.

  • Uncle Sham

    the live ones taste so much better than the training dummies!!!

    • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

      It’s because they’re “hot & juicy.”

      • Wendy’s used to give away T-shirts that said that, back when their burgers were.

  • G’ma G

    “We want to deter people from engaging in violent and assaultive behaviors,” the lieutenant said.” Obviously police don’t consider themselves to be people.

    • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

      And he’d be right.

    • David E

      good one.

  • Tom Kleffman

    It is so sickening to see things like this happening daily and then hear this behavior being defended, time and time again, with the words, “The officers adhered to department policy, they did everything by the book, this is standard protocol, they exemplified the proper procedures according to police training,” etc., etc. If this is so, then there is a serious problem with the kind of indoctrination that is integrated into the training of police. Looking at the faces and body language of the the police officers while they perpetrate their crimes against humanity also tells me that there is something wrong with how PDs have such a seemingly high probability of employing violently aggressive, psychopathic personality types. There is NO sense of “serve and protect” compassion in that type of mind. That honorable mantra does not seem to be the point of our country’s police force any more.

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    • That is what happens when an idea that the Constitution tried to prevent from happening, does anyway.

  • Jimmy Yost

    I’m 70 years old now and during my lifetime I’ve owned seven dogs at different times, and the best dog I ever had was a King Shepard (aka police dog). German Shepards can sense

    • Mechman29

      And you’d be wrong. Completely wrong.

    • Jimmy B

      And that is why I hate those dogs, along with Dobermans. I was 14 to 16 years old, and a paperboy. I dreaded going to deliver at the doctors/dentists homes, because their dogs could be outside on any day. And when they were, I would get bit.

      • If they were medical professionals, they’d be loaded up with malpractice insurance, so all you’d have to do is lawyer-up with insurance company-suing attorneys like Gerry Spence.

    • g.johnon

      seriously jimmy, if you have a shep that attacks someone without your commanding it to, its on you, not the dog.

  • Kendoaz

    I’ve never been bit by a police dog.

  • James

    The dog bit a person. Time to put the dog down. That is the law.

    • Elaine.Benes, II

      Nope. In my State vicious dogs are better protected than the human beings they attack (or even kill). I am living proof of it. and there is no law here to put them down for killing or maiming humans or other pets. The owners of the dog that tried to kill me eventually (a year or so later) had to put the dog down because they could not afford to do what “Animal Control” finally required of them but even this only happened after the dog attacked two more people. The cop who came to the house to make the report while my arm was ripped open and dangling at the elbow never spoke to me but outright lied in his report that i said this and that, favorable and sympathetic to the dog owners and minimized my injuries. The dog owners, who i have known for decades blamed me for having to put their vicious attack dog down and now despise me for that. Meanwhile i am disabled, only not by the technical definition, and the dog owners had no homeowner’s insurance but i had to file suit to get to the bottom of that. Oh yeah that and my super PC liberal PCP said “poor dog” when i went for follow-up after surgery and the wound care specialist i was referred to told me at my last visit he was “releasing me with zero disability” although my arm is permanently mangled. Absolutely Unreal. And i am now horrified of dogs after half a century of not being afraid of them at all.

      • In my state, we are allowed to carry open or concealed, so we can put vicious dogs down by ourselves. It makes it very easy to find the carcass to test for rabies.

        • Elaine.Benes, II

          I know that’s right…sure wish I would have had mine when that happened because I would have done it left handed immediately after my right arm was mauled. The dog owners here have the option to “quarantine” a vicious animal at home for 10 days while waiting for “signs” of it to be rabid after their beloved pet kills or maims a human or someone else’s beloved pet and that’s exactly what these assholes did.

          • Police dogs aren’t very big here on the local police level, but some dogs accompany their owners everywhere they go, and not just companion service animals, although those are more common here. Since there are so many domestic animals, I don’t think it is unreasonable to dispatch those that are violently unsociable.

          • Elaine.Benes, II

            I have the utmost respect for animals and i had dogs when i was a kid and have lived with cats since i moved out on my own (Maine Coons mostly, and their personalities are somewhat dog-like) but i do not go in for the psy-op that the lives of domestic pets are equally important as ours. I don’t believe that any thought or consideration or local ordinances should get in the way of killing a vicious domesticated animal that violently attacks and kills, attempts to kill, or injures a human being for no reason. The animal that tried to kill me happened to be a pit bull and after several bites he bit down on my elbow and did not release until his owner finally did something to get him to and I don’t know what that was but it was too late. I was a guest in their home and had known one of them all my life, but they did not care about what that dog did to me, only that I “caused them to have to put the dog down”. My mind doesn’t work like that and there is absolutely not a doubt that my ONLY reaction to any animal of mine doing that to ANYONE would be to retrieve my weapon and immediately fire a shot to its head. Once bloodthirsty, animals are useless as pets and “companions” to humans anyway. But I guess they are useful for other reasons at that point.

          • All animals are only as domesticated as their training has made them, just as all humans are only as polite as their incentives keep them.

    • g.johnon

      could be true enough as the dog now has a taste for human. but the dipshits that trained the dog need to be put down or they will just keep pumping out more of them.

    • The dog might have bit you because you picked it up…:-)

  • Larry

    Fuck the god-damn pigs. It won’t be long before we all turn on them and kill them. It couldn’t happen too soon for me. They are all lying, crooked slobs.

    • Hey! What happened to your curse? I’m still alive and well, on the 15th of July, 11 days after you said I’d be dead by…

  • dav1bg

    They adhered to policy, kind of like United did.

  • Eldred E Coot

    I found if you blow in the dog’s ear he will release his bite. This technique is often used by bird hunters.

    • g.johnon

      kinda hard to do when you are face down on the pavement with your hands cuffed behind your back and cops holding onto your various limbs.

  • Linda Sellers

    Good! Do what the police tell you to do and this wouldn’t happen. All you brainless dumb asses who hate the cops, if you ever have a real emergency and need to call 911, DON’T. Call one of your dumb ass friends instead. You people are the pigs, not our law enforcement.

    • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

      Poor copsucker – you really don’t know what a clue is, do you?

      • Elaine.Benes, II

        She has not a clue, she simply trolls for and blows the boys and girls in blue.

    • g.johnon

      most of my “dumbass” friends would get there a lot faster and be way more helpful and would not take me to jail or shoot me for being attacked.

    • When seconds count, the police are only minutes away. Dial 911 and die.

  • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    Aren’t those pigboots yummy?

    • Elaine.Benes, II

      Wonder where he is and what he is doing as he watches all these most “vicious and arrogant criminals” piss themselves when the dogs show up?

      • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

        His head is attached to the front of one of the cops’ pants. . .

        • Elaine.Benes, II

          That’s what i was thinking…

  • Howard Beale

    It’s pathetic that if a cop shoots your dog it’s ‘just a dog’ but if you do anything to a police dog they want to charge you like for assaulting a police officer. Double standards and asinine laws like we have are the reason people are so fucking fed up with the police state.


    Just more results of their IDF training. To hell with this stasi police state.