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Anonymous Anonymous  |  10/10/2008 6:17 PM  |  Flag  
This reminds me somewhat of this

These pit bull people are convincing some judges that the dog is gone, and no one bothers to determine

or in this case a judge actually gave in to pit bull owner's demands and cut a deal where these dogs went to a "no kill" shelter

How the judge believed people like this would ever be honest, or there was a sanctuary that could take them, is beyond me

How a judge could have passed them on where they were likely to kill or injure someone, and in fact be hurt themselves, is beyond me

I guess it's that fantasy concept held by many naive people that there is a magical "farm" somewhere for these dogs. The no kill community just plays into that fantasy.

There are so many questions swirling around so many of these no kill sanctuaries that have found to be hoarders, and I have seen media accounts where convicted dog fighters have been found running "rescues" or "sanctuaries" that are nothing of the kind

No real sanctuary can take aggressive dogs

You'd think a judge would understand some of the issues

Anonymous Anonymous  |  10/11/2008 5:47 AM  |  Flag  
It's like the Catholic Church shuffling around pedophiles.

This dude needs to be charged with obstruction of justice..

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