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Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/14/2008 11:35 AM  |  Flag  
The video of the Pit-Perp trying to avoid the news camera is a must see..

I hope the families get some blood out of this turnip.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/14/2008 11:48 AM  |  Flag  
According to court documents, O'Halloran brought Scotty inside his home to clean the blood off his face and told the boy, "Don't tell anyone about this. If you do, I will come after you."

This dude needs to do some hard time...Any moment Pit Activists will take to the streets and demand "Punish the Deed".

Anonymous schultz  |  2/14/2008 2:44 PM  |  Flag  
"Dominic's family said they have major hospital bills from the incident and are considering filing a civil lawsuit."

i would have hired an attorney within 48 hours of the attack. the only thing to consider is how much should i sue for.

and the only reason for these families should have agreed to probation would be for wage garnishment. this guy should have gone to jail.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/15/2008 7:27 AM  |  Flag  
The thing is Schulz..The victim almost has to complete medical treatment before the suit, so that the correct amount of damages can be persued.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/15/2008 11:40 AM  |  Flag  
Right, and in the meanwhile, the victim often pays. Just because one has health insurance coverage doesn't necessarily mean it covers dog bites.

For instance, if you get in a car wreck, your auto insurance pays health coverage, not your primary health care. How did my health insurance put it to me?

"We cover you if you fall ill, not if you are attacked by a dog. That's somebody else's problem."

Blogger Ka D  |  10/27/2016 9:38 AM  |  Flag  
Another travesty of justice. Murder and near murder by pit are legal.

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