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Anonymous Anonymous  |  7/06/2008 5:58 AM  |  Flag  
New York City paid out $5Million last year on a Pit Bull claim.

They knew the risk, but when animal control is obsessed with taking care of and placing their precious pit bulls, public safety goes out the window!

Anonymous David  |  7/06/2008 1:40 PM  |  Flag  
Yesterday, I was in a pet store,"Jack's Pet Store" in Richmnd, IN. There was a guy in there with a pit bull that must have went 80lbs. There seem to be no reason to subject the rest of us to this kind of danger. I could not imagine a store owner allowing this to go on. I'm sure is insurance would not approve.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  7/07/2008 8:37 AM  |  Flag  
Another naive pit bull advocate:

And they say pit bulls don't get good press, what was this? Sure wasn't a balanced article! A single mom with a 1 year old and 13 pit bulls - where is Child Protective Services? What kind of training has the woman had, what kind of facts does she have to back up her claims?

Anonymous Anonymous  |  7/07/2008 6:13 PM  |  Flag  
Same ole, same ole....

From 21 years ago:

Anonymous Anonymous  |  7/09/2008 11:08 AM  |  Flag  
This could be THE MOTHER OF ALL LAWSUITS but for Henry that doesn't mean squat.
Spending one of the last few years of your life convalescing with only one limb left...there is NO amount of money that make this better. There no punishment that they can dole to the sleezy pervert pit bull owner that could come anywhere near being justice short of the electric chair.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  7/12/2008 8:24 PM  |  Flag  
The fact that New York City has allowed pit bulls to continue on in this city despite the criminals that want them is reason enough this family should sue NYC into the East River. God bless the gentleman who sufferd this unspeakable tragedy.

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