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Blogger Farmer Jane  |  8/18/2011 10:20 PM  |  Flag  
Do you know what happened in the criminal complaint against the dog owners? Were they ever formally charged?

Blogger bitbypit  |  8/18/2011 10:28 PM  |  Flag  
Yes they were:

Blogger dawn james  |  8/19/2011 12:41 AM  |  Flag  
i had no idea gorman had lodged that many complaints and even took photos of those mutants. $2.2 million is not enough punishment.

Blogger vintage  |  8/19/2011 3:30 AM  |  Flag  
3 Year old Treshawn Foreman was killed by pit bulls in Pierce County in 2003. It's not like the reckless Nutters at Animal Control didn't know!

Now...Who gets fired?!?

Yakima County also paid a settlement to the family of Walter Feser who was killed by Pit Bulls in 1995...He was a retired Animal Control Officer.

Blogger dawn james  |  8/19/2011 9:40 AM  |  Flag  
and walter feser was probably replaced with a clone of diane jessup.

tegenpitjes just left this on my blog, the first human fatal home invasion.

Blogger bitbypit  |  8/19/2011 10:29 AM  |  Flag  
Walter Feser was a "one-time" animal control officer. At the time of the attack, he was 75 years old, partially paralyzed and wheelchair-bound. He and his dog were killed by his neighbor's two pit bulls in Yakima County in 1995. In 2006 -- 11 years later -- Yakima County settled a lawsuit with his estate to avoid further litigation.

The first home invasion fatal attack recorded by occurred in 1896 to Maggie Gorman of Bergen County, New Jersey. There have been others since.

Blogger snack sized dog  |  8/21/2011 6:30 PM  |  Flag  
Just revolting that nothing was done aver she complained so much. she should have gotten 5 times the award.

I hope cities learn that they MUST keep their citizens safe from pit bulls - and all large roaming dogs.

Blogger Dude, I BaggedYourPit  |  8/21/2011 10:58 PM  |  Flag  
Some communities can't be bothered with Breed Specific Legislation. That choice cost this County nearly a million dollars.

An ounce of prevention is always cheaper than a pound of cure.

Blogger vintage  |  8/24/2011 1:04 AM  |  Flag  
And who can forget this heart-warming near squandering of Pierce County tax dollars when two nutters get mauled by their own Pit then blame it on a mountain lion!?! Unfortunately for them, the State's tracking dog led agents to their home where the Pit was found covered in dried human blood.

You can't make this stuff up!

Blogger vintage  |  8/28/2011 3:18 AM  |  Flag  
Sacramento County recently paid out $974,000 to a pit attack victim.

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