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Blogger Atara Kennedy  |  10/22/2015 8:28 PM  |  Flag  
Who wrote this article? The article requires correction. Edgar Brown was visiting a property NEAR or ADJACENT to the home from which the dogs escaped. The dogs were not sufficiently secured within their own property and were able to get onto the property (rental or otherwise is irrelevant) that Edgar was visiting. They attacked on someone else's property.

Blogger Colleen Lynn  |  10/22/2015 8:34 PM  |  Flag  
Atara -- as our link shows, News 9 wrote this, that is what the post is based on. Please do take this matter up with them as their story was very difficult to interpret. They did NOT make your points clear in any way.

Blogger Bailey  |  10/22/2015 10:15 PM  |  Flag  
Having one of these monsters is bad enough, but 5? Wanting 5 dogs in general is already weird, but pits? That's like wanting to own several large poisonous snakes. It's a house of horror,

I'm glad the maulers were put down at least.

OpenID truthbirdtoo  |  10/25/2015 2:51 PM  |  Flag  
As if this could not get more confusing. Edgar's sister left this comment yesterday at the News 9 article (scroll to very end)
Twana Hamblin Haley · Putnam City High School
I'm edgars sister he was not in their yard, he was in the yard behind the dogs, they jumped over the fence one dog that weighed around 80 pounds broke his chain
Unlike · Reply · 2 · Oct 24, 2015 8:40am

Blogger Colleen Lynn  |  11/13/2015 12:29 AM  |  Flag  
Several revisions were made to this post today that more clearly reflect where the dogs came from.

Blogger Ka D  |  11/12/2017 2:25 PM  |  Flag  
Four years and/or a $1000 fine is a small price to pay for murdering someone with five vicious dogs.

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