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Anonymous Trigger  |  3/04/2010 3:35 PM  |  Flag  
Simon said the woman's husband, who also lives in the home, was taken to hospital in Hartsville with non-life-threatening injuries. Officials say the man would have to have surgery to treat his injuries. Investigators say the couple kept several dogs in a back yard pen of the home. Officials say the dog in question belonged to the victim's nephew and it is unclear if he will face any charges. Authorities say the dog involved in the attack has been quarantined and will be euthanized before a rabies test.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  3/04/2010 4:28 PM  |  Flag  
SC normally gets a Manslaughter comviction during these Piticides.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  3/04/2010 4:33 PM  |  Flag  
"Legalized Murder on 4 Legs" has just killed the 89th American since December 14th 2004.

Way to go Pit Breeders!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  3/05/2010 2:01 AM  |  Flag  
3rd fatality involving a Pit snappin' it's chain in the past few months...

Anonymous Anonymous  |  3/05/2010 2:20 AM  |  Flag  
"the dog involved in the attack has been quarantined and will be euthanized"

I hope this is true. Every dead pit bull is one less pit bull on this planet.

Anonymous Don B.  |  3/05/2010 10:34 AM  |  Flag  
My god, America. Wake up. Is this #7 in 2010? Are you kidding me? What, every 9 days, an American will be killed by a pit bull?

Amazing stuff folks, amazing. Why did the United Kingdom ban pit bulls in 1991? HMMMMM.....Let me think about it.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  3/08/2010 4:48 PM  |  Flag  
Any attempt to dismiss Ethel Horton’s death as being caused by something other than the pit bull attack is irrational equivocation. It’s like saying an emphysema patient died from lung disease, not drowning, while they were being held under water. The precipitating trauma is the cause regardless of underlying health conditions.

This is true for the purposes of the law and statistical accounting. It does not matter if an emphysema patient dies in a fire where others MIGHT have survived – it is a “fire death.” And an arsonist shall not rest easy if a death results from a heart attack while trying to escape a fire. In every case, the arsonist is going to trial to face charges of First Degree Murder. (CA PC 187)

Ethel Horton’s death is not some mere coincidence. Ethel Horton's death is a death by pit bull, and any attempt to consider this something else is absurd.

(See ‘Criminal Logic’ in the archives)

Anonymous Anonymous  |  3/08/2010 5:40 PM  |  Flag  
People like Richard Polsky need to be sued.

They are outright lying and deceiving the public.

They are falsifying and hiding evidence of a crime.

Anonymous cardiac nurse  |  3/08/2010 7:37 PM  |  Flag  
A tako tsubo heart attack (also known as broken heart syndrome, caused by physical or emotional stress)is still a heart attack and still kills. The cause is the stress, and this attack caused the stress. The death is a direct result of the attack on the husband and the physical exertion of her defense.

Blogger cravendesires  |  3/08/2010 8:30 PM  |  Flag  
isn't dr. polsky the putz who has already been sued when the aggressive ambull or pit that he was trying to rehabilitate seriously bit a passerby?

Anonymous Trigger  |  3/08/2010 9:21 PM  |  Flag  
No that was Brochelt Craven. Polsky only dreams as being as famous as Borchelt or Lockwood.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  3/08/2010 9:45 PM  |  Flag  
I love Polsky's term of "exhaustive searches" on the Internet. Richard Polsky uses "Google Alerts" just like everyone else in this business. Google Alerts are sent to your inbox! NO SECRET "HARD WORKING" OR HIGHLY PAID RESEARCH TEAM NEEDED!

Blogger cravendesires  |  3/08/2010 9:53 PM  |  Flag  
that's right polsky is connected to the scandalous murder of diane whipple.
polsky was the hired gun for the knoeller/noel freak show.

it is easy to get all of these EXPERTS confused.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  3/09/2010 2:28 AM  |  Flag  
Part of Polksy's business is defending vicious dog owners in court...DBO keeping statistics on maulings makes the "owner had no idea the dog was dangerous" defense harder to sell to a jury...nuff said.

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