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OpenID trigger770  |  5/28/2010 2:59 PM  |  Flag  
Dog fighting forum members are speculating that Denny was set up by Travis Williams who was arrested in the same county last September:

Officers arrested 25-year-old William Travis Williams, from Marshal, N.C., after deputies say Williams received $6,500 for transporting and selling the five dogs to undercover agents. The agents were disguised as “dog fight coordinators” from Central Virginia, according to the Sheriff’s Office. Williams is charged under a new felony law that makes it illegal to transport, own, train, or sell animals in Virginia for the purpose of fighting with another animal.

OpenID trigger770  |  5/28/2010 3:56 PM  |  Flag  
The Humane Society’s animal fighting campaign manager, John Goodwin, said Denny is one of only a handful of “transporters” in the illegal world of dogfighting. Transporters are paid to bring female pit bulls to customers in order to breed for dogfighting purposes, Goodwin said.

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