WATCH: Ohio State Troopers Allow K9 to Attack Complying Man,

Ohio state troopers were arresting a man while his cousin live streamed on Facebook Live Monday, resulting in troopers releasing a police dog to attack the man with the camera.

Holding the phone was Dannie Oliver, who was explaining to viewers that the cops had just slammed him to the ground, pointing guns and tasers at them.

It is not clear why his cousin was being arrested but it appears as if he had just pulled into the driveway with the cops behind him.

As his cousin was being handcuffed, he yelled out to Oliver to call his mother to inform her of the arrest. The cousin also asked Oliver to retrieve his drivers license from his car and to turn the car off as it was still running with the door wide open.

Oliver obliged, reaching into his cousin’s car, but that made the cop fear for his life.

“Listen, get out of the car!” the cop yelled.

“I’m trying to get his ID for him,” Oliver responded.

“I don’t care, get inside your house,” the trooper responded, running up to him and grabbing him.

“Hey, hold up, you ain’t gotta grab me, dog,” Oliver responded.

“You’re about to go to jail! It’s called obstruction of official business!”

“But you just heard him ask me to get it, so why didn’t you tell me not to get it?” Oliver asked.

But that was when they released the police dog on him – even though he was not threatening the cops or anybody else for that matter.

“The fucking dog is attacking me!” Oliver yelled. “Aghh, aghh, my leg! My fucking leg! Get the dog!”

“Stop fighting my dog!” a cop commanded.

“I’m not fighting your dog!” Oliver responded. “He got my fucking leg! He biting my leg off!

“I was going in the house, so why you released the dog on me?”

The cops started cuffing at him as he repeatedly said, “My leg is fucking killing me!”.

“Man, you really had to release the dog on me? You’ve seen me going to my door.”

The video cuts out and Oliver is apparently still in jail because he has not updated his Facebook page since [**posting the video.**](https://www.facebook.com/dannie.oliver/videos/1299169893476548/)

Ohio state troopers were arresting a man while his cousin live streamed on Facebook Live Monday, resulting in troopers releasing a police dog to attack the man with the camera.

Holding the phone was Dannie Oliver, who was explaining to viewers that the cops had just slammed him to the ground, pointing guns and tasers at them.

It is not clear why his cousin was being arrested but it appears as if he had just pulled into the driveway with the cops behind him.

As his cousin was being handcuffed, he yelled out to Oliver to call his mother to inform her of the arrest. The cousin also asked Oliver to retrieve his drivers license from his car and to turn the car off as it was still running with the door wide open.

Oliver obliged, reaching into his cousin’s car, but that made the cop fear for his life.

“Listen, get out of the car!” the cop yelled.

“I’m trying to get his ID for him,” Oliver responded.

“I don’t care, get inside your house,” the trooper responded, running up to him and grabbing him.

“Hey, hold up, you ain’t gotta grab me, dog,” Oliver responded.

“You’re about to go to jail! It’s called obstruction of official business!”

“But you just heard him ask me to get it, so why didn’t you tell me not to get it?” Oliver asked.

But that was when they released the police dog on him – even though he was not threatening the cops or anybody else for that matter.

“The fucking dog is attacking me!” Oliver yelled. “Aghh, aghh, my leg! My fucking leg! Get the dog!”

“Stop fighting my dog!” a cop commanded.

“I’m not fighting your dog!” Oliver responded. “He got my fucking leg! He biting my leg off!

“I was going in the house, so why you released the dog on me?”

The cops started cuffing at him as he repeatedly said, “My leg is fucking killing me!”.

“Man, you really had to release the dog on me? You’ve seen me going to my door.”

The video cuts out and Oliver is apparently still in jail because he has not updated his Facebook page since [**posting the video.**](https://www.facebook.com/dannie.oliver/videos/1299169893476548/)

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Editor-in-Chief Carlos Miller spent a decade covering the cop beat for various newspapers in the Southwest before returning to his hometown Miami and launching Photography is Not a Crime aka PINAC News in 2007. He also published a book, The Citizen Journalist's Photography Handbook, which is available on Amazon.

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