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16 thoughts on “2022 Dog Bite Fatality: Migrant Woman Found Dead After Suspected Dog Attack in South Laredo

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  1. A Laredo woman’s son was attacked by perhaps the same dogs several times but Animal Control didn’t act on it when reported.

    With the Texas One-Bite rule, it seems as though it is overtime for AC’s responsibility to hunt down and euthanize the dogs.

  2. Cases like these are especially sad as I don’t see how anything resembling justice will be found. I’m sorry this terrible thing happened to this young woman.

    • Migrants work the fields, mow lawns and clean houses. But so many see them as disposable human beings. A short life for a young woman just trying to survive. I doubt if much effort will be put into finding the killers.

  3. There can be no justice when the perpetrators cannot be identified. I wonder if one could get the perpetrators’ ID from DNA in bite wounds. Could the species be identified if foreign DNA was found? It’s so sad when deaths by animals occur.

  4. At this point I am wondering when the FBI is going to open a Behavioural Analysis Unit on How To Identify Serial Killing Pitbulls.

    They seem to be more common than human serial killers at this point.

    This young woman won’t see justice. She’s just pitbull fodder for political debates, sadly.

  5. So very sad and these dogs will most likely never be identified and may do it again. I just don’t understand people who let their dogs run loose.

  6. I’m also disturbed by the death of Kimberly Dawn Morris and the lack of explanation for her death and apparent lack of interest by her community in finding out what happened to her or reporting on it.

    And I’m still upset that there has been no more news out of Billings, Montana to explain the death of 84-year-old Melitta Hain! That one is personal for me because I know someone who lives less than a mile away. I texted that person about it and they immediately responded that the victim was “probably doing something stupid”. Grrr. I should have known – that person is crazy about dogs.

    I wish that human lives would matter more to everyone than dogs’ lives. But some people elevate all dogs to the status of perfect angels and think they can do no wrong. So what if dogs brutally attack and kill people now and then? Those people must have done something wrong to deserve their painful and horrific deaths, right?

    Human beings seem to be in a popularity contest with dogs, and are losing.

    • Migrants, seniors, children of colour (name that group) are not as photogenic as a pitbull in pajamas French kissing a blonde model on TikTok.

      That’s what society has come to, for the young, sadly. Flagrant narcissism on display with zero understanding of why celebrity culture is so detrimental to human society.

      The “common good” has gone the way of the Dodo bird.

      Makes me sad.

    • Rebecca, thanks for this info. This is one of the only websites where one can even hope to reach listening ears without getting clobbered by pitbull advocates.

      • I’m sure they try but fortunately they get shut out, this site is not for pit nutters or indeed anyone who simps for vicious dogs in the community..

        • Judith, your remark is timely. From Sky News in your country comes a 5-minute news commentary titled “Losing a child to a dog attack should be a ‘national disgrace.’ ” I wish we had an American news person with the courage of this gentleman. To him, I say, “Good on ya, sir!”

  7. Judith, your remark is timely. From Sky News in your country comes a 5-minute news commentary titled “Losing a child to a dog attack should be a ‘national disgrace.’ ” I wish we had an American news person with the courage of this gentleman. To him, I say, “Good on ya, sir!”

    • Thanks Nunzia, I actually sub to that YT channel! A poor little 2 year boy mauled to death by a Rottweiler and a cattle dog (that would be a blue or red heeler, a powerful breed) recently and it has received more media coverage than usual, as with many things, people are starting to take notice and asking questions.. such as, why are vicious dogs given chances after serious bites and why are the owners not in more trouble when they do..

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