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    Meridian Police Officer David Gomez has become an Internet sensation since body camera video of his handling of two vicious dogs last summer became public. Edith Williams, an Idaho woman who promotes police officer training in nonlethal methods of dealing with dogs, obtained the body camera footage and shared it online in early June.

Meridian Police Officer David Gomez has become an Internet sensation since body camera video of his handling of two vicious dogs last summer became public. Edith Williams, an Idaho woman who promotes police officer training in nonlethal methods of dealing with dogs, obtained the body camera footage and shared it online in early June. Meridian Police Department
Meridian Police Officer David Gomez has become an Internet sensation since body camera video of his handling of two vicious dogs last summer became public. Edith Williams, an Idaho woman who promotes police officer training in nonlethal methods of dealing with dogs, obtained the body camera footage and shared it online in early June. Meridian Police Department

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