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Blogger cravendesires  |  3/21/2010 1:41 PM  |  Flag  
mr phillips, thank you for setting the record straight and thank you for dedicating your career to dog bite victims.

Blogger Torn between two nutters  |  3/21/2010 6:38 PM  |  Flag  
The breed blind Pit Advocate also failed to realize that this was not a mere "bad owner" of the dogs...Charles Smallwood was a breeder and sold dogs bred from them into the community.

Also, I wish the terms of the settlement could be disclosed, as the A/C Director went on a Pit Bull PR mission after Jennifer's fatal mauling, even claiming "It's the Cocker Spaniels". He really should have lost his job over costing a life and his taxpayers being forced to pay a settlement.

The Taxpayers of Knox county need to know what this F-Trooper cost them.

Blogger Tegenpitjes  |  3/23/2010 2:39 PM  |  Flag  
I can understand dbo's decision on the comments.

Blogger John Denino  |  7/28/2015 4:12 AM  |  Flag  
Thank you for educating the public.

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