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  1. Lorain City Council backed off of enacting a law last year that would’ve required owners to properly confine pit bulls in addition to limiting households to one pit bull.

    Blood is also on the City Council’s hands.

  2. This family should sue the city. You can do this if leaders are not willing to protect the citizens. A victim in front of a jury is never good for the other side. So pay up now Lorain.

  3. Anyword on if baby sitter dearest maintained the $100K insurance that Ohio requires?

    Lemme guess…

  4. This is the second babysitter related pit attack in weeks. The axiom holds true, “If they own a pit bull, don’t hire them.” Question the character of anyone who would own such an animal. Like piloting an aircraft or driving a vehicle, “See & Avoid.”

    The ‘Nanny Dog’ strikes again.

  5. Don’t forget the fatality of Julian Flack back in May. I believe he was being watched by a babysitter, who then let a friend into the home with a pit bull. As you know, the results were disastrous.

  6. Never mind the vicious dog, missing immunization and non registration charges. The victim almost underwent the rabies series because of the perpetrators deliberate concealment of facts. There’s no question this perpetrator should be sitting in jail and facing charges of Obstruction of Justice and child endangerment.

    Shame on Lorain for continuing to approach these matters with the timidity of subjugate mice. This city needs to stand up to the bullies. This city needs leaders.

  7. Hmm…In Ohio, Pit Bulls are legally declatred viscous animals by state law…Gotta wonder why Child Endangerment charges don’t apply here?!

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