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Those incredibly 'unreliable' DOGS............again!

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Post by mootle on 04.04.17 12:35

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-4377568/Prostate-cancer-test-s-90-accurate.html

But not as accurate as the 'unreliable' dogs who manage a 97% success rate!

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Post by Mirage on 04.04.17 14:25

Those "incredibly unreliable dogs" were featured on Fake Britain last night. This particular spaniel was a "tobacco dog". It sniffed all round a reinforced vehicle and alerted to tobacco. Upon breaking into the vehicle the Customs and Excise officers found ... tobacco. Several hundred thousand pounds worth of illegal cigarettes, in fact.

I couldn't help thinking of Clement Freud and his "One woof for yes, two for no".

Oh how they laughed!

So we have reliable drug dogs, tobacco dogs, cancer dogs, lost cat dogs, explosives dogs, blood dogs, cadaver dogs. Why, we even have dogs who detect 2 teaspoons of sugar in an Olympic size swimming pool.

But Professor Gerry McCann rails against science, biology (the dogs have X 1,000,000 more olfactory capability than humans)  and a history of 100% accurate results.

They carried on laughing as Mr Zapata got off scot free after a cadaver dog alerted to the past presence of a corpse in various places including a hire car! The McCanns cited the case as proof of unreliable dogs.  And then, horror of horrors, Mr Zapata admitted murdering  his wife!!!

One woof for yes, two for no, indeed. When all the hilarity had died down, this ........

"Can I interest you in a strawberry vodka?" - Clement Freud. Page 194. "madeleine"

It's  enough to make you utter those immortal words, "F***ing t*$$*r".

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Post by aquila on 04.04.17 14:30

Add to this Clarence Mitchell doing the perfect campaign symposium in Australia and try to hold onto the content of your stomach.
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Post by hogwash on 04.04.17 14:36

@Mirage wrote:But Professor Gerry McCann rails against science, biology (the dogs have X 1,000,000 more olfactory capability than humans)  and a history of 100% accurate results.
But Professor Gerry McCann rails for science if it's a 'troll' article for a Science magazine!
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Post by Mirage on 04.04.17 14:51

@hogwash wrote:
@Mirage wrote:But Professor Gerry McCann rails against science, biology (the dogs have X 1,000,000 more olfactory capability than humans)  and a history of 100% accurate results.
But Professor Gerry McCann rails for science if it's a 'troll' article for a Science magazine!
Ha ha. So true. Not so much "The Lancet",  more "The Chance-it".

Or even Flaky Findings R Us! big grin

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Post by suespeaking on 04.04.17 15:17

Well of course the dogs are not reliable, they do not tell the approved Tapas 7 story!

In a previous job I was involved in taking part in a test of drugs dogs, very few mistakes were made but any that failed were sent back for retraining, tests of the dogs abilities were carried out on a regular basis.  2 different dogs indicated in their specialist field.

I am not a Dr so would never tell one they were prescribing the wrong medicine!!
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Post by Get'emGonçalo on 08.04.17 11:19

Sniffer dogs help police take knives and drugs off the streets of Leicester



Sniffer dogs have helped police seize a variety of drugs and weapons.

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A police sniffer dog has helped officers take four knives off the streets and identify more than 60 people carrying illegal drugs so far this year.
Officers have patrolled Leicester city centre on five Saturday nights since the beginning of the year as part of a long-term campaign to reduce night-time violence.
In that time, they have seized four knives and a set of martial arts nunchucks from people picked out by a sniffer dog for being in possession of or having recently handled drugs.
As well as the four weapons, officers have caught 63 people in possession of drugs such as cocaine, amphetamines, cannabis, LSD and a number of the now-banned former 'legal highs', Leicestershire Police said.
Officers believe cocaine in particular and some of the now-banned "new psychoactive substances" combine badly with alcohol and make users more prone to violence.
The people alleged to have been carrying blades have been charged with possession of an offensive weapon, while a number of people have been charged with supplying drugs.

image: http://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/images/localworld/ugc-images/276308/binaries/sniffer2.jpg
Sgt Liz Perry and Sgt Steve Waft with police dog Ross and officers searching a suspect.
Read more: A daughter's plea - 'Help find thug who robbed my 87-year-old mum'
The campaign – which is called Operation Fall – will continue on regular weekend evenings throughout the rest of the year.
Sgt Liz Perry, who is overseeing the operation, said: "These are people who have come into the city with knives and there is no legitimate reason for doing so. It can only end badly.
"The drugs we have recovered range from cocaine and amphetamine to LSD cannabis and some of the former legal highs.
"We have also arrested a number of people on suspicion of possession with intent to supply."
In total, officers have searched more than 100 people.
The operation is being funded by Leicestershire's police and crime commissioner, Lord Willy Bach and is part of an ongoing operation to reduce offences involving knives.

Lord Bach said: "People need to know that carrying a knife is courting trouble and if they get caught with a bladed weapon the police will take robust action.
"I want those who think that carrying a knife is clever to learn that it really isn't.
"Not only can it land you with a four-year prison sentence, but it is more likely to provoke violence than protect against it."



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Post by Phoebe on 08.04.17 20:04

Ah yes, dear Clement "one woof for yes, two for no". What does he suggest for blow-flies "One buzz for yes, two for no"? Has Gerry ever encountered an "incredibly unreliable" blow-fly - one who can't identify cadaver odour? They, just like cadaver dogs, rely on cadaver odours to guide them. They can spot corpses, especially dark-pelted or furred ones, in bright conditions but in darkness it's odour that guides them and I've yet to hear of blow-flies being unreliable no-shows when there's death around.
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Post by Get'emGonçalo on 13.04.17 13:17

http://www.richmond.com/news/local/crime/evidence-in-chesterfield-no-body-murder-case-includes-blood-and/article_a109ee3e-92bd-572f-91ba-c02e840d6107.html
Evidence in Chesterfield 'no body' murder case includes blood and 'alert' from a cadaver dog
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A Chesterfield County judge denied bail Tuesday for a former Midlothian physician charged with murder in the disappearance and presumed death of his girlfriend, after the prosecution outlined much of
In addition, a cadaver dog that police used in examining the vehicle “alerted” to the presence of decomposing human flesh, Hogan said. Cadaver dogs are trained to locate and follow the scent of decomposing remains.



  • A cadaver dog that police used in examining the comforter “alerted” to the scent of decomposing human flesh on the quilt.


And on and on and on.
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