Tuesday, March 1, 2011
Kalamazoo, MI - On Wednesday, WKZO radio host Lori Moore will talk with Assistant City Attorney Don Bauermeister of Council Bluffs about the Kalamazoo fatal pit bull mauling, as well as the "non-bite" incident that nearly severed State Senator Bert Johnson's hand.1 In 2004, Bauermeister helped pass the Council Bluffs pit bull ban and in 2008, played an active role in supporting the Omaha pit bull law that was formed after a pit bull partially scalped a little girl.
Live Broadcast Information:
Date: Wednesday, March 2, 2011
Time: 9:15 am Eastern
Place: Click the "Listen Live" link
Listen Online Now:
Segment I | Segment II (17 min)
02/21/11: 2011 Fatality: Kalamazoo Infant Mauled to Death by Family Pit Bull
02/21/11: Collection of Pit Bull Scalp Attack Victims - DogsBite.org
03/17/10: Radio Show Interviews Assistant City Attorney Don Bauermeister About Pit...
07/19/10: Pit Bulls, by Gary Wilkes: A 21st Century Depiction of the American Pit Bull...
10/11/09: "Non Bite" Pit Bull Injury Leads to Death of Plainfield AC Officer
05/20/09: The Charlotte Blevins Charitable Benefit - June 25, 2009
06/28/08: Coverage of the Omaha Pit Bull Attack - DogsBite.org
| 3/09/2011 11:09 PM |
This is a fanTAStic interview. Lori Moore asks all the right questions, and Don Bauermeister KNOWS his stuff. He hit on every point. And I love that he addresses the pit bull lobby and tells people what they can anticipate.
| 3/09/2011 11:39 PM |
Excellent! I can't praise the Council Bluffs attorney enough for his cogent discussion of pit bulls. And thank you to Lori Moore and WKZO for their interest and consideration. The pro pit advocacy has monopolized the web and media long enough. This informed and experienced honesty is refreshing.
| 3/10/2011 6:53 PM |
This was a great interview and touched on all the important points. Not every pit bull out there is going to fatally wound someone, but do you want to take the chance? I don't! I think the statistics speak for themselves. Thank you Council Bluffs for enacting this ban and making our city safer.