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Anonymous Anonymous  |  9/24/2008 4:54 AM  |  Flag  
Another extra-territorial sustained mauling. Just like Lockwood stated in the 1988 study;

Pit Bulls are 14 times more likely to break containment and attack!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  9/24/2008 5:25 AM  |  Flag  
More Tennessee Bugtussle Pit-Bull Shixt:

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/26761420/

Luna owns four pit bulls and had had the dog for years. Luna said that the dog bit off his chain and jumped over the fence, and that there is a better chain for the dog now.

She said that she feels awful, but has no plans of giving up her dog.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  9/24/2008 1:33 PM  |  Flag  
The visual in my mind on this mauling is terrible. The poor man. I hope he has somethingto collect.
What can you say America? This is a crime and this state does nothing.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  9/24/2008 1:38 PM  |  Flag  
A man in a wheel chair and a 3 year old child... there's a threat worthy of attack!

That's aggression for aggression's sake alone. Now there's a pit bull that knows what he was bred for!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  9/24/2008 4:23 PM  |  Flag  
from the comment section:

Thanks Brian for being one of the smart people! I share your opinion about pitbulls. AND JUST FOR THE RECORD...THESE SAME 2 DOGS RIPPED THE BUMPER OFF THE MAIL LADY'S CAR JUST LAST WEEK! GO AHEAD ASK THE OWNERS ABOUT THAT DIRTY LITTLE SECRET!!!! So,why were these dogs still running loose? I AM TOTALLY OUTRAGED BY THE IGNORANCE OF THE OWNERS...THEY NEED TO BE PUNISHED! The outcome of this is bad, but it could be worse. Mr. Brady & his son could have been killed! Prayers go out to the family!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  9/24/2008 6:23 PM  |  Flag  
Hmmm ....a Tennesee pit bull attacking a vehicle and animal control doing nothing. Where have I heard this one before?

I wonder if these are Charles Smallwood strain pits?

Anonymous Anonymous  |  9/24/2008 6:41 PM  |  Flag  
Exactly!

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