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In the wake of all of the hype surrounding the 3 part series of DTBH episodes currently airing on A&E, we have decided to conduct a brief review to determine if the series is living up to expectations. The series starts with a straightforward premise: arrest Marco Padilla. When the initial attempt is unsuccessful, the Chapmans begin digging into Padilla’s family and friends, and the hunt spirals into a quagmire of identity theft and other fugitives who may or may not have useful information. Each lead the Chapmans obtain opens up multiple avenues of investigation, and their search ends up expanding in difficulty beyond any hunt previously aired.
What makes this series unique is how complicated the search becomes and how much the Chapmans’ entire skill set is tested. There is much more action in this series than in most of the previous episodes. In addition, there is increased participation from local law enforcement, the legal system, and local media. Prior to this series, the show was becoming stagnant. Each hunt was predictable and the show was repetitive. This series is much more involved and detailed, and helps inject new life into DTBH. We are aware that as of today, Marco Padilla remains at large. Interestingly, this does not seem to detract from the series. It is still intriguing to follow the Chapmans working a more difficult hunt than their usual fare. We look forward to seeing the concluding episode on Wednesday.
Starting Wed at 9pm on A&E, 3 intense weeks, 1 fugitive, 3 hours of hunting, very exciting!!! on DOG THE BOUNTY HUNTER
UPDATE FROM DOG’S OFFICIAL TWITTER @Dogbountyhunter.
Please support Bails Bondsman in Oregon. No longer can fugitives flee and hide there. It is one of only 4 states that dont allow it, although that may change soon. Please login to this site and support the fight for bail.
This week, a 3 hour DOG mini-series begins. One fugitive, 3 hours of chasing over 3 weeks of hour long episodes at 9pm EST. We are told by A&E they are 3 of the best DOG episodes ever !!!
From our research team. These facts have been backed up by witnesses.
1) DOG did not report the alleged gun shots. The neighbors called the police. This was not the actions of a person looking for media coverage.
2) The Fugitive was wanted for alleged gun crimes.
3) DOG did not want fugitive to face anymore charges. The fugitive was taken into custody and DOG shook his hand.
4) The media came to DOG asking questions.
5) DOG and crew heard a loud bang as did witnesses.
6) The crime scene was swarmed with witnesses as are many scenes
now where DOG and crew are spotted. The site was not taped off by
Police and was not a clean crime scene. Any evidence could have easily vanished.
This clown of a public service asking for charges is way out of line. What a waste of taxpayers money. Let us use his salary for drug programs, rehabs and causes that matter. Not someone seeking a spotlight.
Please register at this site and support DOG helping out. Oregon needs bounty hunters. No hiding for the perps
Bounty hunters may soon ply their trade in Oregon
by Janie Har, The Oregonian
Friday June 05, 2009, 1:46 PM
Bail bondsmen may soon be back in Oregon.
Oregon is one of four states that doesn’t allow commercial operators to put up bail for criminal defendants — and then hunt them down if the alleged bad guys bail on court. House Bill 2682 would require an interim committee to study the issue before the next legislative session.
Bondsmen have been banned in Oregon since 1974. Their lobbyist, Paul Romain, says that means there are criminals living in Oregon who are literally thumbing their noses at the law.
“The whole idea is to look this system over and see if we want to change (it),”he said.
The vote in Senate Rules was 3-to-1, with Senate Minority Leader Ted Ferrioli, R-John Day saying no. The other Republican on the panel, Sen. Jason Atksinon, R-Central Point, said he didn’t think they needed to pass legislation to tell an interim committee what to do.
“But (Sen.) Ginny (Burdick) gave me the look and asked me to be courteous, and I will be,” he said. “In the faint hope of meeting Dog the Bounty Hunter, I will vote yes.”
The bill heads to the full Senate. It has already cleared the House.
FUNNY HOW THIS BILLY SHOEWE IS SO DESPERATE FOR THE LIMELIGHT, HE FORWARDS EMAILS TO LOCAL PAPERS
Dog’s fans biting back in e-mails, lawyer says
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June 3, 2009 – 3:29 PM
MARIA ST. LOUIS-SANCHEZ
When you start a fight with a bounty hunter nicknamed “Dog,” you’d better expect it to get ugly.
Public defender Bill Shoewe found that out this week when Duane “Dog” Chapman’s fans started writing and questioning his beef with the bounty hunter.
In May, Shoewe filed a motion asking a judge to force the 4th Judicial District Attorney’s Office to pursue charges against the bounty hunter. Shoewe said that Chapman lied to police when he told them that Hoang Nguyen took a shot at the bounty hunter’s entourage when they were trying to apprehend the fugitive on April 21. Police found no evidence that Nguyen fired a gun and charges against him were dropped.
In his motion, Shoewe asked the judge to force the district attorney’s office to press several charges related to false reporting against Chapman and the members of his group who were there that night.
In an online blog, “dogsupporter” fans of the bounty hunter have encouraged others to contact Shoewe and tell him to back off.
“We here at the News Source are asking our friends to call, fax, email , this office and clown and with manners, suggest that they focus on real crime, not an attorney looking for a name.”
The blog also states that Chapman is not behind the movement. Messages to Chapman’s publicist were not immediately returned Wednesday.
So far, a few fans have heeded the call and written Shoewe and the public defender’s office in Denver. He forwarded the e-mails to the Gazette.
A judge has ordered the DA’s office to respond in writing to Shoewe’s motion by June 12. Once the response is in, the judge will decide how to proceed.
This was stated by Showe
“What he did to Hoang Nguyen was wrong and illegal and he should be held accountable for it,” Shoewe said. “I’m attempting to seek justice.”
Mr Shoewe is attempting to seek the spotlight. Mr Chapman did not report this crime, Mr Chapman did not try to further the case by cooperating, The crime scene was not taped off, but swarmed by fans. Mr Nguyen was wanted allegedly wanted for a felony involving a firearm. Mr Nguyen had a warrant on him.
Mr Shoewe is in our opinion wasting Tax Payers money with this frivolous actions. Please continue to contact and email this public servant and his office and make them accountable for the taxpayers money they are wasting.
DOG is helping remove criminals from the street that ran from court, actions that help our society. Mr Shoewe is attacking the very person trying to help us out.
WHAT A WASTE OF PUBLIC MONEY. THIS MAN SHOULD BE FIRED FOR BURNING PUBLIC MONEY.
You may contact William directly to let him know what you think of his waste of taxpayers money
Schoewe William M
Address: 131 South Weber Street
Colorado Springs Colorado [ CO ] 80903
Phone Number: (719)520-5611
415 South Sahwatch
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Phone: 719 475-1235
Fax: 719 475-1476
Note: We are supporters of the DOG. We believe in his mission. We hope that DOG knows we love him and support him. We will report the good and bad about DOG, but this is an outrage.
Real DOG facts (Orignially posted by the DTBH Website Administrator.)
Body: Shooting At Dog Incident.
Few Facts on DOG shooting report. The Media was saying DOG did that for attention.
1) No one from the Posse’ or the show called the Police about the shooting to report it, neighbors did.
2) DOG did not do it for the attention. In fact, he did not respond to requests for a statement as he did not want further charges. Fugitive was caught and it was time to move on
3) The shooting site was not roped off by police or investigators. Fans were all over the place. This was not a clean crime scene. The area was swarming with people
Also, in regards to the vehicle flipping that was being chased by DOG according to media.
1) Again, the media was not accurate. DOG was not driving or following the truck, it was in fact Beth. Odd fact was, this rollover happened on the same date, May 19th, that DOG lost his daughter Barbara a few years ago.
FOUND ON MYSPACE
THIS REPORT WAS TOTALLY WRONG. BETH WAS DRIVING THE TRUCK WHEN THE ROLLOVER OCCURRED. DOG CAUGHT UP AFTER. AGAIN LOCAL MEDIA WAS WRONG
Dog the Bounty Hunter” chases fugitive and causes rollover crash; suspect escapes
Duane “Dog” Chapman, star of the A&E reality show “Dog the Bounty Hunter,” was involved in a crash while following a suspect earlier this morning, according to the Colorado Springs Police Department. Chapman, the self-proclaimed “Greatest Bounty Hunter in the World,” and his television crew were chasing Kelly Murphy, 20, who is wanted for skipping bail on a felony narcotics violation. The chase led Murphy to crash and roll over his vehicle, at which point Chapman’s daughter, Lisa, called police. By the time police arrived, Murphy had fled the scene. Chapman and his crew then continued the search for Murphy, but they have not yet located him.
Colorado Springs is not a lucky town for the Denver-born Chapman. Just last week, charges were dropped against Hoang Nguyen, who had been accused of shooting at Chapman and fellow bondsman Bobby Brown on April 21st. Nguyen, a fugitive for failing to appear on charges of attempted second-degree murder and domestic violence, was eventually apprehended by Chapman. Conflicting witness statements and a lack of evidence led prosecutors to drop the charges for the reported shooting. This incident also took place during the filming of Dog’s show, although the alleged shooting was not caught on tape.
The reality television show “Dog the Bounty Hunter” tracks Chapman as he hunts down fugitives who have skipped bail. He has also written a book, You Can Run But You Can’t Hide (Hyperion, 2007). Chapman, a Colorado native, currently resides in Hawaii. A tagline on his website reads:
If you’re on the run, Dog is gonna get you.