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Anonymous Anonymous  |  12/07/2008 3:32 AM  |  Flag  
"Police quoted Munn as saying that he bred the dogs as a hobby
and not as pit fighters"

Even then they were lying and claiming they were "hobby breeders."

Much as they do today.

And in most places there is no requirement for licensing and inspections. Which would hurt a lot of these dog fighters, and is why they fight against it so hard.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  12/07/2008 4:59 AM  |  Flag  
The very same excuses over a half century later. This has to stop now.

Anonymous jimmy o  |  12/07/2008 12:56 PM  |  Flag  
"A state's witness, Constable W. M. Hudson of Dade county, testified Wednesday that Joe Munn, 43, twice attempted to burn a pile of blood-stained papers near the scene where Mrs. Doretta Zinke, 39, was fatally attacked by a pack of Pit Bull Terriers owned by Munn."


HUH?!?!?

I would love to read the transcript of that trial.

Anonymous Felony  |  12/07/2008 1:33 PM  |  Flag  
This fatality is eerily similar to Kelly Caldwell, Cheryl Harper and Ed Gierlach. I can't imagine a more horrific way to die.

Anonymous Trigger  |  12/07/2008 2:03 PM  |  Flag  
That's right. And in the case of Harper and Jennifer Lowe, the victim was fully conscious throughout the attack. Conscious until the moment of death.

So was Doretta...

Anonymous Don  |  12/07/2008 10:25 PM  |  Flag  
Pit bull breeders truly operate in a hands-off, "laissez faire", economy. Any Tom, Dick or Harry can start breeding and selling pit bulls with no supervision and no regulation from the government.

Does anybody think these thugs, breeding pit bulls, pay taxes on their cash transactions. Pit bulls frequently bring in $1,000 or more a pup. The price goes up from there.

More efforts need to be gathered to address the lack of stringent breeder regulations.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  12/08/2008 5:46 AM  |  Flag  
The USDA has been AWOL in cracking down of=n the interstate transfer of these dogs. It has been a federal felony since May 2007.

I don't see any movement...

Anonymous Anonymous  |  12/08/2008 6:42 AM  |  Flag  
"Any Tom, Dick or Harry can start breeding and selling pit bulls with no supervision and no regulation from the government.

Does anybody think these thugs, breeding pit bulls, pay taxes on their cash transactions. Pit bulls frequently bring in $1,000 or more a pup. The price goes up from there."

That's also true of these AKC and other breeders, and puppy mill breeders, only some of them get 5 or $6,000 per pup!

Thanks to very little breeder regulation, they can easily hide their businesses, not report income, and not pay taxes

That is why the AKC and AKC breeders join right in with the dog fighters to oppose regulation (also the AKC makes its money from puppy mill registrations, so it opposes regulation for mills too)

They all have cold hard CASH at the hearts of their interests

Anonymous Whitewash Jimmy  |  12/09/2008 5:06 PM  |  Flag  
Analysis of Doretta Zinke's fatal mauling:

Miss Zinke being an attractive, intelligent, well-educated, well-traveled, confident woman of class and substance, exuded an aura completely foreign to Munn's dogs. Upon closer investigation of this "alien", the dogs became very frightened and accidentally killed her.

Had she smelled of cigarettes, Jim Beam and fresh tattoo ink and spoke to the dogs like an inbred hillbilly, most likely the dogs would have just sniffed at her and moved along.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  12/10/2008 2:26 PM  |  Flag  
"Had she smelled of cigarettes, Jim Beam and fresh tattoo ink and spoke to the dogs like an inbred hillbilly, most likely the dogs would have just sniffed at her and moved along."

I want to laugh and cry at the same time!

Anonymous SUKI  |  12/10/2008 11:34 PM  |  Flag  
Whitewash Jimmy, you forgot height/weight proportionate.

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