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9 thoughts on “Boy, 8, Nearly Killed by Pit Bull in Warren, Michigan; Also Mauled by Pit Bull at Age 3

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  1. some of these inner cities are experiencing a crisis with pit dogs. would love to see the black panthers reassemble and take back those streets.

  2. A pit bull is a problem.

    A pit bull on a chain is MORE of a problem.

    Chains do not control pit bulls, and the neighbors or a passer by get attacked.

    PLUS chaining pit bulls makes the behavior problems bred into them even worse.

    Chaining pit bulls is not just a cheap, easy way for the dogfighters to keep their dogs and stop them from killing each other. Chaining also increases aggression, agitation, and territorial behavior. Chaining makes a bad thing worse!

  3. Sad story. These stories happen every week in the USA. Why?

    Do state law makers hear Gary Wilkes or Merritt Clifton? Do any legislators believe the garbage spewed by Best Friends, Bad Rap, "Pit" Boss Shorty, etc? Really? Would you like if your neighbor had a pit bull?

    What kind of homeowners' policy does this neighbor have? The policy limits should be forthcoming.

  4. This is irony in it's worst form. The PB is a KKK product originally. It is truly sad that now Black children are maimed and dying because the Klan did manage to plant this poison in the Black community.

    The Klan is laughing all the way as the rest of us struggle with the presence of these KKK dogs among us.

  5. "A felony charge was approved today for a 31-year-old woman whose pit bull mauled an 8-year-old Detroit boy this month. Warren Police Lt. Michael Torey said arrangements are being made for the Warren woman to turn herself in next week for an arraignment on one count of possession of a dangerous animal, causing injury. The woman's name is being withheld pending the formal arraignment, Torey added. The charge carries a penalty of up to four years in prison."

    From The Detroit News:

  6. UPDATE JUNE 2, 2011 — Warren woman to be sentenced for pit bull attack on child
    Mount Clemens — A Warren woman will be sentenced July 11 after pleading no contest Wednesday to charges connected to her pit bull's attack on a boy. Jenny Lin Angel, 31, entered the plea to one count of harboring a dangerous animal, causing serious injury, the day her trial was to begin in Macomb County Circuit Court. Authorities say Angel's pit bull escaped from her yard Aug. 11 and attacked 8-year-old Khalil Rocks of Detroit. The dog was later euthanized. The charge carries a penalty of up to four years in prison.

  7. Has Jenny Lin Demon paid a dime for medical costs yet?….

    At least there is the felony conviction…they should call these things "Felonmakers" instead of Nanny dogs.

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