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Anonymous Anonymous  |  8/15/2008 4:52 PM  |  Flag  
This is a surprising failure, but not one without a remedy - elections.

This must feel like a slap in the face to the Blevins family. Hopefully the community will support its victims and search for candidates with spines stronger than the special interests of an absurd minotiry.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  8/15/2008 9:03 PM  |  Flag  
Why keep this dog around? What rights does this dog have when compared to the safety of human beings. This will come back to haunt Omaha. The next attack may terribly maul or kill someone in the dog owner's home. Well I guess that's too bad. It's just one of those things ----It's lunacy that the people who are the advocates for this dog often have the say in these judgements. I'm sorry future victims of Omaha the leadership that was there to protect you folded.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  8/17/2008 5:29 AM  |  Flag  
Pit Bull regulation is a public safety and law enforcement issue not a humane issue. We continually see city councils allow bamboozled by members of the $40 Billion a year pet care industry.

The next scalping rests squarely on the mayor's shoulders.

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