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Anonymous Anonymous  |  5/29/2008 3:19 AM  |  Flag  
Nothing will bring Tanner back, and no law was in place to prevent this tragedy. This is the downfall of Lillian's Law.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  5/29/2008 3:46 AM  |  Flag  
True.... but a collective "Gulp" was just heard from Texas pit Bull owners.

Hopefully, the rightful incarceration of these two social deviants will serve as a deterrent to others.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  5/29/2008 3:59 AM  |  Flag  
That female pit-perp looks alot older than 27!

Must be the daily stress of baby stepping through each day owning four pit bulls...

Baby step through breakfast without having one of the kid's faces ripped off...

Baby step through taking them on a walk without killing the neighbors dog...

Baby step through going to the store and returning home without CNN helicopters flying over the house...

Baby stepping through watching the news each night, bombarded by unfairly stigmatizing Pit Bull attack stories...

Baby stepping through routine mail delivery...

Anonymous Anonymous  |  5/29/2008 8:58 AM  |  Flag  
I'm not sure the detterent thing works for pit bull owners. Look at all the attacks and bannings and yet they still don't believe the dogs are dangerous. They think it won't happen to them. That's why prevention is so important.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  5/29/2008 10:14 AM  |  Flag  
I would rather have been reading about legislation that bans pit bulls and prevents future attacks as well. At the same time, I have to appreciate that, for once, an accountability standard is being applied.

Hopefully the arrests and trials will result in maximum penalties, and I see no reason the prison population shouldn't consider them 'Child Killers.'

Anonymous Anonymous  |  5/29/2008 11:02 AM  |  Flag there's a pair to beat a full house!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  10/13/2008 11:09 AM  |  Flag  
I am just wondering how the defense attorneys, Mr. Young and Mr. Parker would feel if it were their grandchild who was mauled beyond recognition. One statement I heard made by Mr. Young was that the defendents were convicted and sent to prison due to not having a good fence. Mr. Young's job is to defend his client but I wonder how he is sleeping these days in light of that comment. Chickens have a way of coming home to roost. I have worked for veterinarians who would not allow the pit breed in the clinic due to their inbred nature to attack. The dog is dangerous by nature. It is true that any dog can attack but few are bred and trained to kill. How can a dog be defended when a human's life is taken for sport.

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