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Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/29/2008 4:43 PM  |  Flag  
Its simply unbelievable....the dog owner shows NO remorse, and continues to blame the victim!!!!!!!! Then she whines that she misses her dog!!!!!!!!!

This abomination of a human being really epitomizes the whole pit bull community...they really, really don't care how many children their dogs mutilate and kill. There is definitely truth to the notion that these dogs attract the very underbelly of society.....more and more, it becomes obvious that pit bull owners, as a group, are simply horrible people.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/29/2008 9:24 PM  |  Flag  
I have to say I agree with the above. Even some of the very well spoken, I guess responsible, owners will not discuss the tragedy at hand they want to divert attention. I think most of them don't really care about other people's suffering or their pets!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/30/2008 4:04 AM  |  Flag  
It's sounds to me like a legal tactic. Believe you me, Agerson has an attorney at this point. I just read an article that said the "sounds of the wagon wheels" where just like the "sounds of a lawnmower" which of course sent the dog into looney-bins. Of the many problems with this argument, Wendy Blevins also made very clear that she and Carly stopped when they first saw the dog...(which would eliminate the so called "lawnmower" sounds.)

Unfortunately, it is a legal battle from here on out. While criminal charges may not be possible, information for the civil trial -- which may not happen for a year or longer -- is still being recorded right now. It was horrifying to watch the parents of Charlotte try to be "absolutely specific" about the events that occurred in the press conference. They're currently in a state of SHOCK with a daughter with a missing scalp and 5 years of surgery ahead of them.

Does everybody here know that Medicaid and many other insurance providers do NOT pay for plastic surgery?

Blogger chrdie35  |  9/06/2008 6:16 AM  |  Flag  
That is terrible that people cannot take responsibility for poor dog ownership.

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