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Anonymous Anonymous  |  8/20/2009 1:39 PM  |  Flag  
Why am I thinking this family is receiving taxpayer-subsidized money to fund in part, feeding a pit bull and endanger their child.

There needs to be strict rules put on assistance recipients by Social Service departments.

If you are collecting welfare, you do NOT have right to spend the money harboring dangerous dogs that attack your children!

Anonymous mrs.poodle  |  8/20/2009 2:59 PM  |  Flag  
Will we ever get to see a picture of the offending dog?

Anonymous Anonymous  |  8/20/2009 3:36 PM  |  Flag  
There goes the ridiculous theory that the media only reports pit bull attacks! Oh wait, how many articles have been written about the Georgia double fatal mauling? Google News says "1,221 news articles."

Anonymous Anonymous  |  8/21/2009 2:03 PM  |  Flag  
From the SEATTLE TIMES 8/17/19: "The child's mother told a deputy the dog is half pit bull and has never shown aggression toward anyone in the past, according to the charging court documents filed by Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Sloan Johnson.

After the dog first bit the baby Aug. 1, DeZarn told medical staff the 9-month-old had a pancake that the dog wanted, court documents say.

The next day, DeZarn allowed the dog near where the child was playing.

Hercules bit her numerous times on the head, causing two skull fractures and multiple wounds on her face. The baby spent nine days in Seattle Children's Hospital."

A pancake! Well that makes sense. Pit Bulls ARE allowed to eat babies if they dont get their morning pancakes.......

Anonymous Anonymous  |  8/23/2009 12:53 PM  |  Flag  
Add "wanting a pancake" to the list of triggers for pit bull attacks. What person in their right mind would allow a dog around a baby AFTER it took half her ear off? The felony charges are well deserved!

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