Friday, October 24, 2008
Granada - The Penal Court in Granada has ordered a year’s prison for the owner of three pit bull dogs which bit a 78-year old man to death in Pinos Puente in January 2007. The owner of the dogs, named as Juan M.P., was also ordered to pay 99,000 € compensation to the family of the dead man after being found guilty of serious negligence resulting in death.
The court said the victim was attacked by the dogs when collecting olives on his finca in Pinos Puente, after the dogs had escaped from a nearby property. The victim's body was found partially eaten. The dogs were unvaccinated and without license as well. The judge also noted the poor relations between the victim and the dogs owner due to the presence of the pit bulls.
The pit bull problem is world-wide.Related articles:
09/22/08: Elderly Greek Woman Mauled to Death by a Pit Bull
06/30/08: Flashback: Pit Bulls Scalp Man in Guyana
06/10/08: New Zealand Reacts to Vicious Pit Bull Attack
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| 10/25/2008 2:08 PM |
And many of the dog fighter breeders in the Uunited States are selling and shipping pit bulls to dog fighters and thugs in other countries.
The dog fighter breeders make a lot of illicit money in the US. That is why they fight against Breed Specific Legislation so hard, and why they suck in naive "humane" community people like many of these pit bull rescue groups and advocacy groups, even the ASPCA.
They are all helping the dog fighters to keep making lots of money from these dogs.