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Anonymous Anonymous  |  4/16/2008 4:52 AM  |  Flag  
Classic example of the Pit Bull counter-culture. What sane individual would want a dog back that attacked five people? I'm surprised the Judge didn't become unglued on this guy.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  4/16/2008 11:02 AM  |  Flag  
Cotto excuses hit pit bull's behavior of biting 5 people saying the dog was "provoked." And goes on to say, "... I hope my loving animal can come back to its loving home."

No way should this moron get this loony beast back. What a pair!

Don't people at least carry a pocket knife anymore? You plant the blade between the ribs, slash downward, extract. Repeat as often as possible. The pit goes down with a tension pneumo/hemo thorax... end of story. This is legal use of force in every state and ultimately saves everyone time and money.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  4/16/2008 12:30 PM  |  Flag  
Huh? The town "may" declare the dog "potetially" dangerous? The dog attacked five people off leash!!!!

That's not a "potentially" dangerous animal, that is a "definitely" dangerous animal!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  4/16/2008 4:42 PM  |  Flag  
Hard to believe they are considering giving this dude his beserker back!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  4/16/2008 7:58 PM  |  Flag  
He says he did not know the dog had gotten out until he saw a crowd gathered in front of his house.

But he knows the dog was provoked.

Someone explain to me how this is possible??

Anonymous Anonymous  |  4/17/2008 7:09 AM  |  Flag  
Hard to believe they are actually considering returning this beserker to the family.

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