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Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/20/2008 4:15 AM  |  Flag  
Certainly, a park ranger's not going to let a pit bull go running around the park unleashed, so that's where the confrontation started," said San Diego police Lt. Mark Hanten. "She tried to get him to leash the dog. And he took exception to it."

He probably thought he was 'ambassadoring" for the breed by showing the public that a Pit Bull could be off-leash without killing somebody. Then the ranger, deeply influenced by false media reports, overreacted, pushing his buttons.

Pit Bull assumed "victimhood" taken to a militant level.

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