Thursday, June 26, 2008
Watch Omaha video
Watch Crowell video
The pit bull owner says, "the lady kept pushing me out of the way so I couldn't get to my dog." She adds that "this kind of thing has never happened before." Except that as you can see in the instance of the Florence Crowell video, which was filmed in 1987, that pit bull owners have known about the catastrophic damage this breed inflicts on human beings for over 20 years.
Pit bull owners are out of excuses and so are policymakers that cater to them.
06/25/08: Pit Bull in Omaha Attacks 2 Babies and 2 Mothers
04/20/08: Flashback: The Pit Bull Problem is Over 20 Years Old
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| 6/26/2008 8:50 AM |
OMG...I just watched the Omaha video....this pig of a pit bull owner is absolutely defiant and unapologetic.
Had my dog done something this horrific,especially to an innocent child, I would be in tears, like the good samaritan who tried to help the victims. This dragon is dry-eyed and angry....obviously over the fact that she is losing her dog.
Please follow up on this story and let us know the status of this child...prayers for the child and her family.
| 6/26/2008 10:41 AM |
Mother and victim: “The owner didn’t get any wounds because she didn’t jump in – to try and stop this from happening – the dog from attacking.”
So much for the pit bull owner's claim of being pushed out of the way.
Never trust any pit bull owner to give a truthful account, even when surrounded by other witnesses who are certain to refute bogus statements.
Pit bull ownership is indicative of dysfunctional character, and is a symptom of a sociopathic, immature mind.
| 6/27/2008 10:17 AM |
Here are too interviews.
One is with the doctor who will do the reconstructive surgeries and the second is with the mother of the boy.
One of the poor people who saw this attack is shown collapsed on the porch and weeping.
| 6/27/2008 10:23 AM |
A five year old is bitten in the face by the neighbor's pit.
Looks as though he will do the right thing but after the shock of seeing his "my-dog-would-only-lick-you-to-death" pit, I am sure he will fighting to bring OUTLAW home and blaming the victim.
"I am very familar with pit bulls, but this is the first time one of mine has bitten anyone, this was a big mistake," Brandon Dale. "I know the law and what I have to do with him... he has to go"
| 6/27/2008 3:11 PM |
Oh, dear G*d...I just watched the interviews....that beautiful little baby. The pit owners did have a "Beware of Dog" sign, they shoulod go to prison, and their assets should be liquidated to pay for the years of suffering and surgery that baby will go through.
The mother said they even stopped walking when they saw the pit bull staring at them...that he didn't even run at them, he just walked over calmly, then attacked the children. How terrifying is that? Where are the pit bull apologists now?