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Anonymous I'm no dumbass  |  2/27/2008 12:13 AM  |  Flag  
Great! We've got some elementary school robbers (with pit bulls), the owner of a pit bull named Al Qaeda that thinks a cop is a "murderer" and a drunk pit owner that sicced his dog on a cop...

Dangerous people tend to own dangerous dogs. But it is typically dangerous and stupid people that own pit bulls.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/27/2008 7:01 AM  |  Flag  
Sounds like these perps missed their breed specific "Pit Bull Parenting classes".

Seriously...These dogs and their likely to be criminal owners are a massive Law Enforcement issue. I fail to see how siccing a Pit Bull on a police officer is any different than coming after them with a gun or a knife. The sentencing guidelines should reflect this.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/27/2008 10:23 AM  |  Flag  
Taylor says his officers are prepared for finding pit bulls or other aggressive dogs when they bust drug dealers but the gators were a shock.

"A lot of these guys think it's cool to keep a tough pet," he said. "Not a lot of drug dealers of the thug variety are going to keep a poodle."

http://www.news24.com/News24/World/News/0,,2-10-1462_2278160,00.html

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/27/2008 11:29 AM  |  Flag  
These dogs are legal weapons, pure and simple. Why haven't any of these cities and town's who are contemplating BSL bring law enforcement officers into the discussions? How many police officers do you think would support a pit bull ban? I am betting most would, especially in urban areas.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/27/2008 12:07 PM  |  Flag  
That's one of the arguments the pro maulers throw out there...That Vets are the experts...BS I say..Law Enforcement deals with the bear baiting breed on the streets every day.

The US animal care industry is a $40 Billion annual business...I don't trust anyone involved in it.
They even make money euthanizing millions of pets each year....

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