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Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/16/2009 12:29 AM  |  Flag  
That Reverend has some nerve!

The pit bull owners chose to own vicious, dangerous animals.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/16/2009 12:33 AM  |  Flag  
A Reverend who cares more about PIT BULL OWNERS than innocent children. He is REPRESENTING THE PIT BULL OWNERS according to the article.

Can you believe this?

Maybe he should have directed one of his sermons to his flock member who chose to endanger the community and put everyone at risk by owning these dangerous dogs. Maybe if he had addressed the sin of that, this boy would still be alive today.

Anonymous truthbird  |  6/16/2009 1:01 AM  |  Flag  
I'll never forget the video of Tanner Joshua Monk; that beautiful flying angel boy:

http://www.dogsbite.org/blog/2008/05/2008-fatality-video-tribute-to-tanner.html

Texas legislators needs to STAND UP and PROTECT their children NOW. Please so help me God, stand up now.

Anonymous Doug  |  6/16/2009 1:04 AM  |  Flag  
Texas. Again. You could see this one coming.

I already see another one coming. They will do nothing to protect children. It will happen again, and again, and again.

Because that's Texas.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/16/2009 1:12 AM  |  Flag  
"Don't Mess With Texas!" (Because pit bulls have already made a mess of us.)

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/16/2009 1:14 AM  |  Flag  
This makes one more child NOT killed by pit bulls in DENVER.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/16/2009 4:07 AM  |  Flag  
Way to go Texas Legislature...

Texas is a shining example of how Anti-Bsl provisions never work!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/16/2009 4:28 AM  |  Flag  
Justin was the 13th Texas child killed by a Pit Bull since January 2006...If it were Coyotes doing this the Govenor would have the National Guard out eliminating them. Pit Bulls, however, get to hide under their shakey presumption of domestication as dogs.

Texas Pit Breeders are showing no movement toward breeding safer pit bulls. I'm sure they won't come in and track these dogs back to their breeder.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/16/2009 4:55 AM  |  Flag  
Another report says the female had pups....yet she left them and went off property to maul a child passing by.

Enter now the question: What will the pit bull community do with the pups, Cull or proliferate?

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/16/2009 6:20 AM  |  Flag  
This is the exact same scenario as the Tanner Monk fatality...These dogs had pups and left them to go after a child passing by.

What other breed does this?!!!!!

Anonymous Don  |  6/16/2009 6:44 AM  |  Flag  
I have a seven year old son and cherish every moment with him. This fatal attack on a ten year old is horrific.

That could be any of our children. What can we do? How do we educate these lawmakers, each and every one of them.

I would challenge any of them to a debate. The law is clear. The truth must be told. Bans work. Eliminate the DEED. Ban the BREED.

Anonymous MamaDog  |  6/16/2009 10:40 AM  |  Flag  
A total, horrific re-enactment of TANNER MONK! I guess the Rev. missed that one? Hard to figure, because there must have been hundreds of headlines across Central Texas about Monk and his subsequent LANDMARK trial.

Anonymous FoolMeOnce  |  6/16/2009 11:22 AM  |  Flag  
I am appalled that the Reverend would even dare to put the hurting of this poor child's family on the same level as the owner's of the vicious beasts. How dare he do that? How dare anyone who's pit kills/maims another even whisper the words, "I'm hurting, too." There absolutely is no comparison. NONE!!!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/16/2009 11:33 AM  |  Flag  
All these recent events in Texas prove that Lillian's Law DOES NOT WORK. And you can bet the pit bull advocates ARE NOT organizing to insist the deed is punished.

PREVENT THE DEED – BAN THE BREED!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/16/2009 12:18 PM  |  Flag  
So we can see yet another illegal breeding operation (no taxes being paid to Texas I am sure!) but Texas legislators are more interested in protecting tax cheat dog breeders and dog fighters than taxpayers and honest citizens.

Anonymous Jimmy O  |  6/16/2009 12:28 PM  |  Flag  
Texas: Not too long ago, it was okay to shoot your wife for having an affair but you can not shoot a pit bull for attacking your dog. That is quite a state down there. Is it too late to give it back to Mexico?

Anonymous OSA  |  6/16/2009 12:29 PM  |  Flag  
http://www.news-journal.com/news/content/news/stories/2009/06/16/06162009_Boy_mauled.html

"Rusk County officials considered enacting a leash law in August 2008 for unincorporated areas of the county, after residents in the Elderville subdivisions of Airport Gardens and Ranchette complained of dangerous, stray dogs not being properly secured in their neighborhoods. Commissioners did not take action on the matter."

These commissioners have blood on their hands.

Anonymous Jimmy O  |  6/16/2009 12:36 PM  |  Flag  
I remember the trial of Crystal Watson and Jack Smith.
Now they were some freakish looking pit bull owning defendants. I think the eugenics movement would have come in handy down in Texas.
Does anybody know if they will be released from prison in time for the filming of the next sequel of The Hills Have Eyes?

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/16/2009 3:16 PM  |  Flag  
"Both families have been hurt." Not, "The family deeply regrets what their dogs did to this boy." No remorse. No accountability. Just hide behind the minister and beg for pity. Those people deserve the same pity their dogs showed Justin. A pox on their house, and the minister supporting them.

Anonymous ernie  |  6/16/2009 4:11 PM  |  Flag  
What a shame Christi and RIcky Earl's wiggle butts didn't take them for a walk near the train tracks some time prior to Monday.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/16/2009 4:42 PM  |  Flag  
For most other kinds of dogs, leashes work.

For pit bulls, not even a leash is enough.

Pit bulls have been attacking people and pets WHILE THE PIT BULLS WERE STILL ON THE LEASH.

Pit bulls are not fit to be in public, period.

At the very least, they need to be leashed and MUZZLED. A muzzle lets them pant and drink just fine, but not bite.

Anonymous Trigger  |  6/16/2009 4:51 PM  |  Flag  
Excellent point! It is the muzzle that is absolutely essential.

Anonymous ernie  |  6/16/2009 5:11 PM  |  Flag  
A muzzle will only buy you a minute or two.
I saw a new story on line about a year ago, pit nutters whining about bsl. The young woman said her pit hates the muzzle and can get it off. She demonstrated for the camera crew. Less than a minute and the muzzle was off. Don't under estimate the prey drive of this dog.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/16/2009 5:51 PM  |  Flag  
Meet Rev. Edwin Findley (photo at link), a pastor at Laird Hill Baptist Church. He and his wife of 20 years, Joyce Ann, have three sons and one daughter Edwin Joshua Findley (25) and Eric Floyd Findley (24), Teya Hollis (36) and Shawn Stickle (30) and eight grandchildren.
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http://www.kilgorenewsherald.com/news/2008/0316/front_page/001.html

Blogger bitbypit  |  6/16/2009 6:53 PM  |  Flag  
The article we had pointed to earlier today, "Authorities: Pit bulldog attack preceded boy's mauling" is now gone (it's not even in Google cache). This article refers to the Friday, leashed pit bull attack and the non Rusk County leash law. We've pasted in the earlier story below, which we found on a forum board:

Authorities: Pit bulldog attack preceded boy's mauling
By Jamaal E. O'Neal

Tuesday, June 16, 2009 - "Monday's fatal pit bulldog attack Leverett's Chapel was preceded by a Rusk County dog mauling Friday, according to Justice of the Peace Bob Richardson. Richardson said a 4-year-old girl was attacked by a pit bulldog in Henderson and officials are planning to schedule a hearing in the case this week.

During the Friday attack, the dog's owner was walking a dog on a leash when it broke free and attacked the girl. Richardson said a local hospital released the girl and she is expected to fully recover. The information about the Friday attack was released during follow-up interviews about Monday's death of a 10-year-old boy in Leverett's Chapel.

Justin Clinton, a fourth-grader at Leverett's Chapel Elementary School, was pronounced dead Monday at Good Shepherd Medical Center. Rusk County Sheriff Danny Pirtle said the dogs were taken to a veterinary clinic after the attack, where they were euthanized shortly afterward. Officials say the dogs have been sent to Austin to be tested for rabies. The attack was reported about noon on CR 133. Charges are pending against the dogs' owner, Pirtle said.

A leash law is being considered in Rusk County, according to County Judge Sandra Hodges. "People move to the country and bring their dogs with them," Hodges said. "However, not everybody in the county lets their dogs roam free. Some people do a good job with keeping their dogs contained, that is why we are still discussing this law."

Anonymous ROTINHELL  |  6/16/2009 10:48 PM  |  Flag  
"I want to know what happen to that baby," said Ricki. "What caused them dogs to go off the way the did? Because they've never given any indication that they would attack anybody."

This ignorant hillbilly is setting Justin up to take the blame.

Anonymous Fed up with pit nutters  |  6/16/2009 10:55 PM  |  Flag  
PRAYING?!?!?!?
For your own ass I'm sure! Which one of you two losers will doing time for snuffing out this young boy's life?
I saw your fence. That is inadequate for a pit bull YOU MORONS!

Go seek comfort with Rev Putz. Society is not buying your crocodile tears.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/17/2009 12:46 AM  |  Flag  
So why is the media censoring bad things about pit bulls?

Can we get an answer from the publisher about why they hid that info? Is there an editor at that paper doing something for personal reasons?

Blogger bitbypit  |  6/17/2009 12:57 AM  |  Flag  
It's unknown why the O'Neal article was pulled. There may be legitimate reasons, but in order to keep the "blog post history" intact, we needed to post (document somewhere) the piece that we were commenting on.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/17/2009 1:10 AM  |  Flag  
User "Becky" left a comment at the KLTV website:

"First off, I know the dog owner(s) and their family are very saddened by this tragic event. And my prayers are with you as well. However, anyone in their right mind that would have any breed of a bulldog should know and realize that these dogs are not family pets. They can be loveable dogs on minute and totally turn on their own owners in seconds. I work as a Social Worker in a Children's Hospital and have seen this over and over of innocent children being attacked by their family dogs or dogs owned by others. It doesn't take much to set the tragic behavior of these type of breeds off. A loud noise, a firecracker, a backfire from a vehicle or just the screams of play from a child. I am sure in time the childs family will be forgiving, but they will mourn the loss of their child for an eternity. I believe that the dog owner(s) need to be held responsible for this tragedy. In their video that have a dog run on their property with SEVERAL dogs, why were these two dangerous dogs not locked in that dog run rather to roam free in the fenced yard to raise havoc and have the access to get out of the fenced yard. Charges or no charges filed against the dog owner(s) they still have a responsibilty to this childs family for the loss that they are now suffering. My utmost sympathy and prayers go out to this childs family."

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/17/2009 3:01 AM  |  Flag  
Rusk County Sheriff's Office stuck to their guns by emphatically declaring these dogs as pit bulls! Worthy of a DogsBite award to be sure:
http://www.rcsotx.org/

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/17/2009 5:18 AM  |  Flag  
As of january this year, the pit breeders who killed Tanner Monk (Jack Smith and Crystal Watson) were still free pending appeal.

Unless I am mistaken, not a single Texan has served a single day in Jail under Lillian's Law....Yet their are still weekly maulings by pit bulls.

http://www.wfaa.com/sharedcontent/dws/wfaa/jdouglas/stories/wfaa090119_wz_dogmaulfolo.d99567f.html

The hindsight approach is clearly not working!

Anonymous ernie  |  6/17/2009 11:43 AM  |  Flag  
Not the best Ambull photo for comparisons. Like the APBT, the Ambull is not a strict physical type. There are very different types of Ambulls, Johnson Type and Scott Type are the primary types. The Johnson Type has a stockier body and the muzzle is more Boxer like. The Scott Type is more APBT like. And like the APBT, there is a great deal of physical variation within the breed types. To further complicate things, there are many unscrupulous Ambull breeders who purposely breed the APBT into it and conceal that info from buyers.
Some good links to see and read about the differences:
http://www.moloss.com/brd/ab/a004/

http://www.bulldoginformation.com/american-bulldog-types.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Bulldog

A breeder photo album of the Scott type:
http://www.libbertykennels.com/photoalbum.htm

Looking at the photo of the dog that fatally attacked Justin, I would say there is a strong likelihood that the George's were crossing Ambulls and APBTs and most probably not disclosing that information to buyers either.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/17/2009 1:00 PM  |  Flag  
Did you see this comment? People have got to go to family court and fight for the safety of their kids!

"I have a 5&3yr old there daddy that lives else where has a pit bull & it kills me every time thay have to go over to his house because of the dog.The bad thing is it's a stray at that. ALL PIT BULLS need to be put down!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My kids mean more to me then a dog.....How many more kids or adults have to be hurt or killed before something is done about these dogs???????????"

Anonymous MamaDog  |  6/17/2009 1:34 PM  |  Flag  
The AKC does not recognize the American bulldog or the pit bull terrier. The UKC only began recognizing the American bulldog in 1999 (I repeat, 1999).
http://www.ukcdogs.com/WebSite.nsf/Breeds/AmericanBulldog
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The photo does depict the Johnson type, as does the UKC sketch (mainly). Like pit bulls, which vary widely in size (40-100lbs) and physical conformity, there are variances within the American bulldog breed as well. Yet the making of the American bulldog comes from the same gene pool as the pit bull and the two have been bred back and forth for many generations. Up until 1972, the American bulldog was called the "American pit bulldog."
http://www.libbertykennels.com/history.htm
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"The only baiting sport to survive the humane laws of 1835 was pitting dog against dog in pit fights. Some of the old English working bulldogs were crossed with the extinct white fighting English terrier, which created the ultimate dog-fighting machine, the bull-terrier mix. Coal miners in the Staffordshire region of England created the Staffordshire Bull Terrier for these pit fights between dogs. Later the Staffordshire Bull Terriers were imported to American to create the American Staffordshire Terrier and the American Pit Bull Terrier by crossing back to American Bulldog. It is said that these American made pit bulls are up to 85% old English working bulldog, or American Bulldog."
http://www.molossermania.com/brd/a/a004/a004b/history.html
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What matters here is the constant confusion of these breeds presented to the American public. This is why the term "pit bull type" dog exists, which includes multiple breeds. The State of Ohio specifically includes the American bulldog in their definition of dogs "commonly known as pit bulls." Other municipalities have followed suit. Furthermore, it seems the goal of many American bulldog and pit bull breeders (such as Diane Jessup) is to take the breeds "back" to the original "working bulldog," which according to Jessup is the pit bull.

The name confusion history of the pit bull is well documented. The breed has been called all of the following names (and likely more): pit bulldog, American pit bulldog, bull pit dog, bulldog, bull terrier, Staffordshire bull terrier, Staffordshire terrier, American Staffordshire terrier, St. Francis terrier and more recently the American bully (which is a cross between an APBT and Amstaff).

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/17/2009 4:08 PM  |  Flag  
"I want to know what happen to that baby," said Ricki, the owner of the dogs. "What caused them dogs to go off the way the did? Because they've never given any indication that they would attack anybody."

Puke! I call BS! I bet these imbeciles have repeated every pro pit talking point hundreds of times to anyone dumb enough to listen. Pit bulls happened and that's all there is to it.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/17/2009 4:19 PM  |  Flag  
The AKC recognizes the pit bull terrier all right! They just call it the Staffordshire Terrier.

And their breeders recognize the pit bull terrier, because their breeders are directly lobbying FOR pit bulls and against pit bull regulation!!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/17/2009 4:25 PM  |  Flag  
Can someone put an eye patch on that freak of a dog with the pale eye? I can't imagine the terror that goes through anyone's mind, much less a child's, when a dog like that is attacking them. Lillians Law does not work. Leash laws don't work for these dogs. What will work is castrating them out of existence.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/17/2009 4:46 PM  |  Flag  
The Tyler paper has updated the story on the 4-year old:
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"While officials were trying to determine if a pit bull that attacked a 4-year-old girl Friday in Henderson should be confiscated as a dangerous animal, a 10-year-old was being attacked just miles away.

Rusk County Precinct Justice of the Peace Bob Richardson said he and other officials were trying to determine if a pit bull should be seized and destroyed for causing serious bodily injury to the 4-year-old when they were notified of the attack that left Justin Clinton dead."
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http://www.tylerpaper.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20090617/NEWS01/906170323

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/17/2009 7:02 PM  |  Flag  
Trying to determine if that dog is dangerous? Are they NUTS? What, is the dog fighter that owns it telling them it is too valuable to euthanize?

What does it take to prove that a dog is dangerous? 5 Kills?

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/17/2009 8:32 PM  |  Flag  
Texas must hate children. How many little ones need to be torn apart in that state?

Anonymous Felony  |  6/17/2009 9:40 PM  |  Flag  
If Lillian's Law only covers roaming dog attacks, then I have a message for Christy and Ricky George:

http://trollcats.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/suicide_is_the_solution_trollcat.jpg

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/17/2009 11:24 PM  |  Flag  
KLTV 7 is clearly questionable. As they interview the pit bull owners in this video, they show a group of FENCED Chihuahuas. Check it out, the shot is 01:31 into the clip. Does anyone think this is by happenstance? "All dogs bite" as the pit bull lobby saying goes, therefore "all dogs bite and KILL" including Chihuahuas. KLTV is the pit bull lobby at it's most disgusting form -- ensuring that more kids are maimed and killed by pits and that MORE parents unwittingly buy pits under the guise that they are "safe."

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/17/2009 11:43 PM  |  Flag  
There should be no discussion, period. If a dog attacks a human being outside the line of police work, the dog should be put down. It sickens me that they want to sit there having that debate while another child a few miles away is being mauled TO DEATH.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/18/2009 7:38 AM  |  Flag  
These dogs produced pups....The responsible Pit Bull community is AWOL on recommending the euthanization of them for public safety purposes.

Anonymous MamaDog  |  6/18/2009 10:46 AM  |  Flag  
I'm sure folks in Leverett's Chapel will be thrilled to see the pups grow into full-sized pit bulls in Christi and Ricky George's backyard. Heck, maybe even KLTV will give them a new segment so that they can talk about how "sweet" the pups are. Far worse, however, is that they sell the dogs to a new family so that the new family can experience a life altering attack.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/18/2009 2:48 PM  |  Flag  
Gee, I thought it was "all how you raised them"! Why not charge the Beverly Hillbillies, Christi and Ricki, with felony animal cruelty for being dog fighters? They must have "trained" the dogs o kill little boys, because pit bulls only fight to please their owners!!!

These folks are back yard breeders, making money off their pit bulls. I don't suppose there's a really big pet market for these dogs amongst normal people....I am sure the types of thugs who want to buy puppies from Ricky and Christi don't want "nice" dogs, they want dogs for dog fighting, or cheap burgler alarms, or a dog to guard their meth lab. So, chances are, these pit bull owners knew their dogs were dangerous, but also knew there was a profitable market for dangerous pit bulls.

Are the dog owners renters or home owners? Does their insurance agent know they are running a pit bull breeding business?

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/18/2009 3:24 PM  |  Flag  
Wikipedia is of mixed value due to anyone able to edit but here is some info about ownership of KLTV7

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KLTV

It gives contact info link for Raycom Media too that owns it.

The OWNERS need to know if a dog breeder or pit bull nut (ala Best Friends and their breeders) is altering the news to promote pit bulls, blame the victim, and protect the pit bull owners.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/18/2009 3:39 PM  |  Flag  
I hope that the boy's parents already have a lawyer, because the pit bull owners and breeders will be embarking on a smear campaign to attack this little boy and his family.

And they may have dog fighting/dog breeding lobbyists paying for a smearing lawyer.

Anonymous Trigger  |  6/18/2009 4:57 PM  |  Flag  
Lakecia Shockley reported on 7-year old Keelan Clark's attack last November. She said that to be able to talk to the boy was a "miracle." Keelan was left with 80 stitches to the face, neck and head. This attack should have qualified for Lillian's Law, but no charges appear to have been filed.

I wonder how Keelan's family felt watching the "Pity the Pit Bull Owner" newscast that was broadcast to 70,000 East Texas homes? I can't imagine what went through the minds of Justin's family. If there is a trial over the death of Justin, authorities would be wise to move it out of Rusk County. This jury pool has been tainted by KLTV's "pity" newscast.
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http://www.kltv.com/global/story.asp?S=9407898

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/18/2009 5:07 PM  |  Flag  
The reverend of that church also seems to behind protecting these pit bull breeders. I wonder if he has some kind of personal relationship to them, or is this just the dog fightin', hog doggin' mentality that even seems to afflict the authority figures in some of these states.

But the TV station is acting very suspiciously!

Why are their reporters sucking up to the dog fighter & breeder lobby?

Anonymous Trigger  |  6/19/2009 6:36 PM  |  Flag  
Rusk County District Attorney Micheal Jimerson (prosecuted in KFC trial)
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http://www.kilgorenewsherald.com/news/2009/0118/news/008.html

Anonymous Trigger  |  6/21/2009 9:08 AM  |  Flag  
A recent Tyler resident wrote in about the THIRTY YEAR OLD pit bull problem, which will continue creating new victims until direct action is taken to PREVENT these attacks.
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"I am outraged to read about another pit bull attack resulting in the death of 10-year old-Justin Clinton. Pit bulls are unpredictable, vicious monsters. Their unprovoked attacks leave injury and death in their wake and, in my opinion, ownership of these animals should be banned in the United States.

How many more innocent people will have to suffer injury and death before owners understand the danger? The sad part is pit bull attacks have been occurring for decades and still nothing is being done to eradicate this breed of dog. One of my relatives was attacked 30 years ago by a pit bull. After numerous reconstructive surgeries, the physical scars are barely visible but the emotional scars are a life-time sentence.

I don't care to read ridiculous praise of these animals from pit bull owners. I don't care how docile and cute they are as puppies. I don't care how loyal and loving they are to their master. I don't care! What I do care about are the people all over this country who are victims of pit bull attacks. I also care about children whose parents are irresponsible pit bull owners."
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http://www.tylerpaper.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20090621/OPINION04/906200351

Anonymous kasey scott-cinda freeland  |  10/09/2009 8:36 AM  |  Flag  
hey its kasey im soooo sorry about justin i really miss him a whole lot i really do im at school right now me and cinda just got on this web sight and decited to leave a comment i love you bieeeee

Anonymous Trigger  |  11/07/2009 2:10 PM  |  Flag  
Pit bull owners demand that Justin Clinton's memorial be taken down:
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"The owners of two pit bulls that mauled to death a 10-year-old Leveritt's Chapel boy demanded a memorial to the child be removed, according to his mother.

Serenia Clinton will attend a brief ceremony at 9:30 a.m. Saturday at the spot of her son's death across from his school on County Road 133 to witness removal of the memorial.

The memorial started out as a cross made of poster board with Justin Clinton's name on it and signed by his fifth-grade classmates at Leveritt's Chapel School, but is now a wooden cross stuck in a pot with flowers.

It is located on property leased by the owners of the pit bull dogs that fatally attacked Justin Clinton on June 15, his mother said.

Ricky George and Christi George reportedly complained to Ms. Clinton's attorney that many people go to the memorial and it is disturbing to them. The couple demanded that the memorial be removed. The couple could not be reached for comment Friday."
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http://www.tylerpaper.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20091107/NEWS01/911070318

My disgust cannot be articulated.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  1/24/2010 2:02 AM  |  Flag  
2003 Pit-Rotticide

http://www.click2houston.com/news/2656703/detail.html

Anonymous Anonymous  |  1/24/2010 2:10 AM  |  Flag  
Another Texas Piticide from 2000:

http://www.igorilla.com/gorilla/animal/2000/pit_bull_kills_child.html

Blogger Jerome Davis  |  2/05/2016 12:25 PM  |  Flag  
Pit bulls are 4 legged terrorists just like all of the dangerous breeds! Shame on pit nutters! All they care about is their 4 legged terrorists! Nutters are terrorists too!

Blogger Jerome Davis  |  2/05/2016 12:34 PM  |  Flag  
Pit bulls and the nutters who defend them are terrorists, period!

Blogger Jerome Davis  |  2/05/2016 12:38 PM  |  Flag  
Here we are in 2016 and this is still going on!

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