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Anonymous Anonymous  |  3/12/2009 8:54 PM  |  Flag  
Here is another link to the above story. It does not seem like it takes anything to provoke these dogs.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  3/13/2009 1:03 PM  |  Flag  
One less dogfighting breeding operation

How stupid are these authorities?

Anonymous Anonymous  |  3/13/2009 3:38 PM  |  Flag  
Ms Bailey was real lucky in that another neighbor was home and came to her aid with a pistol and shotgun. No one should be allowed to have these dangerous dogs but yet, once something like this happens, the pit-nutters start blaming the victim. Since we have laws protecting us from mountain lions and the like, I think we need protection from dangerous dogs especially pits.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  3/14/2009 10:32 AM  |  Flag  
But...but...Pit Bulls were never bred to be human aggressive!

Any other breed community would be horrified and embarassed that so many breeders are producing killers. As usual, the pit bull community is too busy proliferating pit bull haikus to come in and police their own ranks.

Smallwoods auto attacking and human killing pups should have been culled after jennifer Lowe was killed.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  3/15/2009 7:47 AM  |  Flag  
Significant...This is the first time the media has actually tracked down the bloodline of human aggressive pit bulls. There have been many deaths associated with breeding operations..yet no one seems alarmed that the maul spawn" were proliferated.

Anonymous Trigger  |  6/20/2009 11:04 PM  |  Flag  
Yet another "wheel" attacking pit bull, this one in Mississippi, also shot to death.

HCC Officer Kills Pit Bull On Raymond Campus

June 19, 2009 - "A pit bull was shot and killed by a Hinds Community College police officer on Thursday evening, school officials said in a news release. The incident occurred on the Raymond campus while the officer was making rounds on a golf cart about 9:30 p.m., officials said. The dog was not on a leash when it charged the golf cart and began biting the tires of the cart, the college said. When the officer got off the cart, the animal turned on the officer and was shot, officials said."

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