You know Duane "Dog" Chapman as a bounty hunter on a reality TV show. Sadly, many now also know him as a racist after a recent outburst.

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Jon Koppenhaver, an MMA fighter who goes by War Machine, is wanted by Las Vegas officials for the alleged beating he gave his girlfriend Christy Mack.

If the cops can't catch the fugitive, we know one man who is all over it.

Duane Chapman, a.k.a. Dog The Bounty Hunter, is coming after Koppenhaver, the target of SEVEN arrest warrants after beating Christy Mack beyond belief:

  • Christy Mack and War Machine
  • Dog: Bounty Hunter

"@WarMachine170 better 2 Give All You Excuses To The Judge," he wrote yesterday. "You got 24 hrs to turn your self in or I am Coming After YOU! #CMTDogAndBeth"

Those 24 hours came and went. War Marchine is still on the loose.

"@WarMachine170 your now In my World," Chapman added. "Your [sic] a FUGITIVE & I Am a BOUNTY HUNTER !! YOU NEED TO FEEL SHAME !!"

"Be a MAN SURRENDER TO AUTHORITIES"

Don't hold your breath for that scenario ... and perhaps it's for the best. Like everyone else, we want him brought to justice by any means necessary.

If he did turn himself in, that would obviously be preferable ... but the idea of War Machine getting what's coming to him from Dog does sound entertaining.

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Dog the Bounty Hunter, or Duane Chapman, is reportedly going after Edward Snowden ... even if that means illegally trying to capture him in Russia.

“Sometimes you gotta bend the rules to save America," Dog is quoted as saying.

"And if I can catch this traitor Snowden and bring him back to God’s side, then it will be well worth the risk of a lifetime of hard labor in a Siberian gulag.”

Sure thing.

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Dog is apparently not alone in his dogged pursuit.

Reports say several bounty hunters are willing to risk their freedom to capture and return the "fugitive" NSA whistleblower, who sought asylum in Russia.

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Dog the Bounty Hunter's wife Beth Chapman apparently found herself on the other side of the law after a bizarre incident this week in Colorado.

While fishing with her husband and kids, a teenager in a car sped past.

Chapman yelled at the teen, calling her a tramp, a slut and a whore.

Dog and Beth Chapman

Beth then reportedly called 911, alleging that someone who was with the teenage driver was carrying a gun. Police arrived, but the Chapmans had left.

However, because it's illegal to taunt someone with "coarse language" in Colorado, the teenager filed a criminal harassment complaint against Chapman.

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Duane Chapman (a.k.a. Dog the Bounty Hunter) is being denied a visa to enter the UK based on a murder conviction more than 35 years ago.

Yes ... Dog was found responsible for someone's death in 1976.

A 1976 homicide case that ended with Chapman's conviction for murder bars him from setting foot in Britain, The UK's Guardian reports.

The 59-year-old was reportedly scheduled to appear there on Celebrity Big Brother until immigration officials booted his visa application.

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Way back in 1976, Jerry Oliver of Pampa, Texas, was shot and killed by one of Duane/Dog Chapman's companions during a botched pot deal.

Although Chapman was reportedly waiting in a vehicle at the time, he was still found guilty and was sentenced to five years in prison.

He was released after 18 months. The reality star has expressed remorse many times. "I should not have been there, that's that."

Dog the Bounty Hunter was canceled after eight seasons on A&E. The network said in May it would no longer air the popular series.

Dog, whose family had recently been the target of death threats, claimed that negotiations between him and the network broke down.

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Duane “Dog” Chapman will soon return to hunting criminals in relative anonymity.

A&E has canceled the Dog's long-running reality TV show Dog the Bounty Hunter.

The series, which wrapped up its eighth season last week, featured the fugitive recovery agent and his family tracking down criminals in Hawaii and Colorado.

Duane Chapman aka Dog the Bounty Hunter

The show got its start following Chapman’s appearance on Take This Job, where viewers got a peek at unusual professions. One of which he certainly has.

Since then, Chapman and A&E have been met controversy more than once. The show was briefly pulled when Dog was caught making racial slurs in 2007.

Chapman and his family also recently received a series of death threats, which the FBI is investigating. Maybe a lower profile will be best in that regard.

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Between his tracking down fugitives and reality TV career, someone really hates the Dog the Bounty Hunter. Badly enough to make him contact the authorities.

An unknown enemy of Duane "Dog the Bounty Hunter" Chapman is making his feelings evident, sending his family many email death threats of late.

The FBI is investigating the threats on Dog's life.

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On April 30, a message to Chapman read, "I'm going to murder you. I'm going to come to Hawaii and murder you and your family in cold blood."

"You are next on my list and are the bane of society. I will deliver you to God."

Days later, another email was sent, and it's even worse. Read it post-jump:

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A near-brawl erupted between Duane Chapman, a.k.a. Dog the Bounty Hunter, and a bar owner in Colorado, and the altercation was racially charged.

After the other guy allegedly called Dog a "half-breed," Chapman can be heard screaming, "Come on white boy, come on motherf**ker!" It was ugly.

It all went down Thursday in Breckenridge, Colo., when Dog's team stormed into a bar looking for the owner's father. See TMZ's footage below ...

The guy Duane & Co. were looking for allegedly jumped bail on breaking and entering charges, and was being pursued by Dog for his reality show.

Upon meeting resistance, one of Dog's associates says, "I'm not a superstar ... I can f*%k you up and not get charged." Then a brawl broke out.

Dog lost his cool and lashed out, brandishing his stun gun. A plant was thrown, some racial epithets were exchanged ... it looks pretty chaotic.

Eventually Dog left, and no one was shocked ... in the literal sense.

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The bark of Dog Chapman continues to bite back at this reality TV star.

The woman whose relationship with the son of Duane "Dog" Chapman led him to go off on his infamous N-word-laced rant against her is planning to growl back with a lawsuit of her own, according to the National Enquirer and TMZ.

Monique Shinnery, against whom Dog used the racial epithet several times during his taped tirade, tells the entertainment news outlet that she's going to sue for slander.

"I want justice," she said. "He has slandered me, stated that I have bad character and repeatedly lied about me on national television."

Chapman has said on his recent apology tour that he apologized to Shinnery, but her lawyer claims that Dog reached out through his attorny, not personally.

We wonder what Michael Richards would say about all this.

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