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Old June 6th, 2017, 10:36 AM   #1
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Marine vet’s support dog attacks passenger on Delta*flight

The whole concept of "support" dogs on airliners is pure bullshit!

A Marine combat veteran’s emotional support dog mauled a fellow passenger aboard a Delta flight boarding in Atlanta, according to reports.

The frightening incident happened Sunday while passengers boarded the San Diego-bound Boeing 737 at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, Fox 5 Atlanta reported.

“The gentleman’s face was completely bloody, blood in his eyes, cheeks, nose, his mouth, his shirt was covered in blood,” passenger Bridget Maddox-Peoples told the station.

She said the victim was sitting by the window and the dog’s owner was in the middle seat. Another passenger said he saw the dog sitting in his owner’s lap.
The victim, Marlin Termaine Jackson of Daphne, Ala., was listed in stable condition with severe facial injuries, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.

The dog’s owner, Ronald Kevin Mundy Jr. of Mills River, N.C., a Marine, told authorities that “the dog was issued to him for support,” according to the police report.

Another passenger told Fox News that Mundy was described by the flight crew as a “combat veteran.”

He was cradling the dog in his arms in the gate area and weeping, repeatedly saying, “I know they’re going to put him down.”

The dog, listed in the report as a “chocolate lab pointer mix,” was secured inside a crate and released to Mundy, who was not charged in the attack.
Mundy was allowed to fly on a later flight with his dog in the kennel, Delta officials said.
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He was cradling the dog in his arms in the gate area and weeping, repeatedly saying, “I know they’re going to put him down.”
Probably.
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Old June 6th, 2017, 01:25 PM   #3
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Ridiculous.

Support animals thing is way out of control. This is a product of the bubble wrapped generation and their helicopter parents.

I love dogs and have had them all of my life but there is no way I would let one of them run loose on a plane, that is just asking for trouble.

They may not put the dog down depending on its history but I cannot imagine that his insurance is going to cover this attack.
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You're nothing but a goddamn coward said Patton to the shell shocked soldier. I outta stand you in front a firing squad and shoot you myself! PTSD is a cowards disease but vets get good money for cowardice and now they also get a free dog.
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Old June 6th, 2017, 01:51 PM   #5
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The whole concept of "support" dogs on airliners is pure bullshit!

A Marine combat veteran’s emotional support dog mauled a fellow passenger aboard a Delta flight boarding in Atlanta, according to reports.

The frightening incident happened Sunday while passengers boarded the San Diego-bound Boeing 737 at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, Fox 5 Atlanta reported.

“The gentleman’s face was completely bloody, blood in his eyes, cheeks, nose, his mouth, his shirt was covered in blood,” passenger Bridget Maddox-Peoples told the station.

She said the victim was sitting by the window and the dog’s owner was in the middle seat. Another passenger said he saw the dog sitting in his owner’s lap.
The victim, Marlin Termaine Jackson of Daphne, Ala., was listed in stable condition with severe facial injuries, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.

The dog’s owner, Ronald Kevin Mundy Jr. of Mills River, N.C., a Marine, told authorities that “the dog was issued to him for support,” according to the police report.

Another passenger told Fox News that Mundy was described by the flight crew as a “combat veteran.”

He was cradling the dog in his arms in the gate area and weeping, repeatedly saying, “I know they’re going to put him down.”

The dog, listed in the report as a “chocolate lab pointer mix,” was secured inside a crate and released to Mundy, who was not charged in the attack.
Mundy was allowed to fly on a later flight with his dog in the kennel, Delta officials said.
That passenger that got mauled didn't agree to taking the chance of being mauled when he purchased that ticket.

He should sue both the airline and the guy that owned the dog, and put the dog down.

He should also sue the Marines.

You have to send a very clear message in a circumstance such as this one.

Oops, and sorry don't cut it. Not even close.
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That passenger that got mauled didn't agree to taking the chance of being mauled when he purchased that ticket.

He should sue both the airline and the guy that owned the dog, and put the dog down.

He should also sue the Marines.

You have to send a very clear message in a circumstance such as this one.

Oops, and sorry don't cut it. Not even close.
Dogs sense fear and react. They should have given the vet an Akita and numb nuts would have paid extra for a ticket in first class
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The whole concept of "support" dogs on airliners is pure bullshit!
Not to mention very gay. Obviously one of them post-DADT recruits.
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The whole concept of "support" dogs on airliners is pure bullshit!

A Marine combat veteran’s emotional support dog mauled a fellow passenger aboard a Delta flight boarding in Atlanta, according to reports.

The frightening incident happened Sunday while passengers boarded the San Diego-bound Boeing 737 at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, Fox 5 Atlanta reported.

“The gentleman’s face was completely bloody, blood in his eyes, cheeks, nose, his mouth, his shirt was covered in blood,” passenger Bridget Maddox-Peoples told the station.

She said the victim was sitting by the window and the dog’s owner was in the middle seat. Another passenger said he saw the dog sitting in his owner’s lap.
The victim, Marlin Termaine Jackson of Daphne, Ala., was listed in stable condition with severe facial injuries, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.

The dog’s owner, Ronald Kevin Mundy Jr. of Mills River, N.C., a Marine, told authorities that “the dog was issued to him for support,” according to the police report.

Another passenger told Fox News that Mundy was described by the flight crew as a “combat veteran.”

He was cradling the dog in his arms in the gate area and weeping, repeatedly saying, “I know they’re going to put him down.”

The dog, listed in the report as a “chocolate lab pointer mix,” was secured inside a crate and released to Mundy, who was not charged in the attack.
Mundy was allowed to fly on a later flight with his dog in the kennel, Delta officials said.
Amen, I fly a lot and the airport is full of "service and support" animals.
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