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Anonymous Anonymous  |  3/17/2008 5:35 PM  |  Flag  
Who will take care of his family while he is behind bars? The law is the law, negligence is negligence...but I do pray for his family, the real victims in this tragedy.

Anonymous David  |  3/17/2008 5:41 PM  |  Flag  
He is not taking very good care of them now, one was mauled to death by a dog he had chained in the basement. It's about time these people were punished for this kind of behavior.

Anonymous Dee  |  3/17/2008 5:48 PM  |  Flag  
You make a heck of a point!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  3/17/2008 6:33 PM  |  Flag  
"This is a family dog," he told the judge. "This is a family dog that protected the home. This is a family that could never anticipate a thing like this."

Tell it to the jury!

Time for these folks to pay the price for snuffing young lives while playing lion tamer.

Anonymous David  |  3/17/2008 8:00 PM  |  Flag  
"Playing Loin Tamer" is a pretty good piont also.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  3/20/2008 8:17 AM  |  Flag  
Update: Tearful father testifies

Defense witnesses this morning, including a school counselor, two pastors, a county child protection worker and King's mother, testified this morning that King and his wife, Melissa, were attentive, protective parents and that their house at 3530 Humboldt Ave. N. was kept clean and safe for their children.

Cept' for the human aggressive Pit Bull breeding operation in the basement....

Anonymous Anonymous  |  3/20/2008 9:03 PM  |  Flag  
Another update...

The family received counselling and access to a Pit Bull therapy dog.

Blogger Margaret Sch.  |  4/11/2008 10:48 AM  |  Flag  
You may have read now that the verdict was "not guilty." Good defense lawyering, apparently. Regardless, this father already suffered the ultimate punishment of all -- the death of his son.

Blogger Packhorse  |  7/28/2011 2:51 PM  |  Flag  
Family dog, indeed!

Last time I checked Lassie wasn't chained in her own filth in the basement.

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