Sunday, November 9, 2008
Palm Bay, FL - The video depicts Roger Lindee's Dangerous Dog hearing about a dog named Penny, one of the three dogs that attacked him. The central attacking dog, Kilo, was shot and killed at the crime scene. The attack caused the amputation of Lindee's right lower leg. Lindee said he knocked on the front door and stepped into the home when the dogs attacked. His cousin and dog owner, Anthony Phillips, blames Lindee for the attack.
Penny was deemed "dangerous" after the hearing. Phillips will appeal the decision so that Penny can participate in another "amputation" attack. Other recent news about the Lindee case includes that a judge ruled that Phillips had no criminal culpability. On November 7, County Judge A.B. Majeed said there was no evidence that Anthony Phillips, 25, of Palm Bay, allowed his dogs to attack his cousin that lead to catastrophic injury.
10/30/08: Dog Owner Cited in Palm Bay Attack that Ended in Amputation
10/25/08: On Pit Bull Awareness Day, DogsBite.org Releases Video of Attack Victims
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| 11/10/2008 12:31 PM |
Judges like Majeed need to be put out of their positions.
They are abusing their positions, not upholding the law, and endangering many.
No proof, says A B Majeed?
Well, what about the missing limbs, blood, wounds. The aggressive dogs that the owner had no control over and allowed to exit the house and attack.
What more proof does Majeed need? A corpse?
| 11/10/2008 12:36 PM |
Majeed was born in Guyana.
Guyana has had bad problems with pit bull/fighting dog maulings. There is a large fighting dog trade there, and they import pit bulls from America as well.
I wonder what Majeed's relatives are up to in the old country?
| 11/10/2008 3:58 PM |
A dead person would not have changed the judge's ruling. Had the person DIED, there would have been NO WITNESS to the crime except the dog owner. The exception in this case is that the person did NOT die and the judge still gave his voice little merit.
| 11/10/2008 4:03 PM |
Guyana most certainly does have problems with pit bulls -- very serious problems. The government has banned the importation of the breed due to this. Just a few stories on this site:
Flashback: Pit Bulls Scalp Man in Guyana
Woman Held After Loosing Pit Bulls on Children and GSPCA Workers