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Dog lawsuit
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Camdenites of reason, including those who enjoy taking a walk in the morning, will no doubt find a great deal of wisdom in the a federal judge’s burial of a lawsuit filed by two dog owners against city and county officials who had removed their dogs after complaints of violent behavior by the German Shepherds. Camden residents Clifton Anderson and Richard Stoerkel had accused officials of gross negligence, illegal search and seizure and a host of other legal terms lawyers like to use to gussy up their filings. The suit was filed about six months after the men’s two dogs were removed from their Greene Street home by Camden police officers and Kershaw County Animal Control authorities.