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Anonymous Anonymous  |  11/03/2008 4:20 PM  |  Flag  
What in the world is going on here?! How can there be no charges on this one? It is the textbook case for Lillian's Law!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  11/04/2008 5:18 AM  |  Flag  
Lillian's Law will not prevent attacks unless their is a steady stream of irresponible dog owners heading for Jail...Punishment is only one part of the equation, and the reluctance of DA's to bring charges signals it's still open mauling season.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  11/18/2008 9:36 PM  |  Flag  
ya uh what the fuuuuu I got bit saturday and there's no fuuu help for dog bite victims in Bexar County. Am I supposed to die at age 29 because I can't get help from a doctor for rabies???????? write me if you know how I can live the rest of my life. The mf invited me to his house to see puppies and I get mauled by what were supposed to be 3 blue heelers that I think are part wolf. I scream for help in his back yard and loose my purse and cell as he watches from a distance. I don't remember the address I just know how to get there but he drove me there. Now there is no hotline or help in San Antonio, TX or Balcones Heights in the county of Bexar

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