16 hours agoNAPA (CBS13) Two Northern California dog trainers are facing multiple felony animal cruelty charges following the death of a beloved German Shepherd.The tale of Gunnar, a happy and healthy young German Shepherd, would come to a dark end before his fourth birthday.”I was so excited,” Denise Swank said.Denise and Jeff Swank enrolled Gunnar in a $6,000, multi week training course with NorCal K9 in Contra Costa County back in May to make him the perfect pup.”Some people go back to school to further their education, we were just furthering his training,” Denise said.Instead, it would be the worst possible outcome.”To send your baby off to school and then you get them in the mail, it’s hard,” Denise said.”There’s not a day that goes by that we don’t think of Gunnar,” Jeff said.A necropsy shows Gunnar had an increased body temperature.”It’s brought up a lot of anger,” Jeff said. “You know, we don’t know what happened it’s all hearsay until it all comes out, we might not never find out.”But new clues are painting a picture of what may have taken place.According to court documents filed by the Contra Costa District Attorney’s Office, dog trainers Garry Reynolds and Devon Ashby of NorCal K9 “did subject this animal to needless suffering, and did inflict unnecessary cruelty upon this animal.”Seven other dogs found in their care are listed in the complaint.The Napa Valley German Shepherd Rescue heard Gunnar’s story and got involved.”Very concerned for the community and for the dogs,” said Larry Parks from the rescue group. “I think there was an opportunity that somebody took advantage of,” said Larry Parks from the rescue.But trainer Garry Reynolds told CBS13 that’s just not true.”If in any way I thought I was responsible, why would I do everything that I did?” Reynolds said in a phone interview.
You do get genuine audience reactions, of course, mostly during the HUGE HIT THERE moments, but it a TV show. They have to keep the excitement level going, and if you ever seen a fight in person, or even just watched a video of a non BB event, you see that it pretty quiet most of the time. Most of the hits are beefed up in post production, too..
I personally dont think Oak did anything that crazy to warrant 6 10 security/police to approach him like he some murder suspect. The man is god damn legend in that building. It just continues to show how disfunctional this organazation is from top to bottom.Lets also not pretend like Oak is the only player to have beef with the Knicks/Dolan after leaving.Then the absolulte farce of a show during the spurs game of having Larry Johnson and Bernard King, both who work for the knicks and probably were forced to sit next to him to show that he cool with ex knicks.