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Blogger Farmer Jane  |  9/30/2014 6:41 AM  |  Flag  
Again with the under-reporting from the press. So little information available about this. The news articles are saying that she had "bite marks" on her face and hands. I've seen the results of pit attacks, and "bite marks" doesn't quite cover it. This woman had bite marks so bad she died?
And I never should read the comments sections. Apparently, this 75 year old woman was teasing the dog because they only attack if you do something to make them. It's all in how they are raised. I wonder why this dog would attack her? What did she do?
Well, she was in the same room with it. That's what she did. That was her crime that was punishable by death by pit, which is a far worse way to die than any news agency is going to let on. Bite marks, my ass.
RIP, Alice

Blogger Your Quiet Neighbor  |  9/30/2014 4:04 PM  |  Flag  
Memo to local authorities: It's not rabies, it's how pit bulls are bred.

Blogger Staceyjwsolar  |  10/13/2014 3:34 PM  |  Flag  
What number is this for the pit bull death count?
That I can even type that makes me feel ill. he is just one more stat, even though I am sure she was a beloved family member.

Blogger Staceyjwsolar  |  10/13/2014 3:49 PM  |  Flag  
This was her pit bull? Who wants to bet that this was a cast off mauler that was left by a relative, most likely a child? I cannot see a 75yr old woman choosing a pit, though I know it happens.

Blogger Colleen Lynn  |  10/13/2014 3:50 PM  |  Flag  
The 23rd pit bull fatality in 2014.

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