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Anonymous Don  |  6/11/2009 12:02 PM  |  Flag  
I have personal knowledge of a red nosed pit bull surviving a police officer handgun shot to the skull.

See and take a look at "Rocky"

This dog has a scar on the top of his head. With this in mind, how can the average mother, father or child stop an attack by one of these animals?

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/11/2009 5:31 PM  |  Flag  
It's refreshing to hear a police chief who hasn't been drinking the pit nutter kool-aid and isn't afraid to tell it like it is. Typical police protocol with pits is shoot first and worry about the paperwork later. Only when there's real danger of hurting a person in a densely populated area will they go for other methods first, like tasing.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/12/2009 12:27 AM  |  Flag  
My first thought was that police shotguns usually have an open choke, and with only 8 pieces of shot flying in a large pattern, (assuming an average 2 3/4" load) it's sometimes difficult to connect with vitals. But at just 3 feet? That dog should have gone down like a sack of potatoes.

Wow. I guess all you can do is keep shooting.

Or, we can ban pit bulls and put a stop to this nonsense.

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