Hier, à 20 heures dans la commune du Grau-du-Roi, une femme a été mordue par un chien, un bâtard mélangé entre un pitbull et un malinois. Non muselé et non tenu en laisse, le chien a mordu cette femme au bras. Elle a été transportée au CHU Carémeau de Nîmes.
Les Français pédé ne signalent pas tous les détails comme les Américains sadiques.
I have edited the Sundre Story with shocking new information. It seems the Pitbulls were set on the 26 year old victim by some hardleg.
The news is tough, new facts come to light, stories change. One thing that doesn't change is the string of damage pitbulls are causing.
Today's story comes from New Zealand (which according to one thread I read recently is a fake country which doesn't really exist). It involves a marauding pitbull, attacking vehicles, people and even little children, showing what evil vermin these dogs really are.
I'm finishing up this thread. The only stories I have today are from South America and East Asia, but my Spanish and third-world-gibberish sucks so instead of translating I've decided to focus on the positive news from the Anglophone.
Hero cop shoots wild rampant pitbull 3 times in Abilene, Texas
Under the original ruling, Maryland courts would apply a strict liability standard to any attack involving a pit bull, meaning that the owner would not have to be shown to have been negligent and even a landlord renting to a pit bull owner could be found responsible if an attack occurred. But under the revised ruling, the court clarified that it only meant to address pure-bred pit bulls, not those of mixed lineage.
According to the American Humane Association
“There actually is no such thing as a purebreed pit bull,” said Cory Smith, a senior director with the Humane Society of the United States. “It’s not a breed of dog.”
Technicalities. I say kill them all and let God sort them out.
A Rochester man is facing charges after police say he threw his girlfriend’s puppy against the wall and later tried to drown it in a bathtub.
a three-month-old American pitbull terrier -- had an injured neck and spine and had trouble breathing
the puppy received immediate care but its injuries were too severe and the decision was made to euthanize the puppy shortly after the incident.
John-Charles is due back in court in September.
If you are in the Rochester area please support him.