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PA DOG WARDENS

One Pit Bull Owner’s Definition of “Personal Accountability”

Posted on: March 3rd, 2014  padog

A Feb. 25, 2014 article from carolinalive.com described a horrific ordeal that took place on 2/3/14. A North Carolina Dept. of Health & Environmental Control employee went to the Dillon County home of Mitchell Driggers to investigate a past dog attack. When the investigator arrived, he was severely mauled and still remains in serious condition at a local hospital more than 3 weeks after this unprovoked dog bite attack!

PIT BULLS #10

There are 2 “versions” of the facts.  You be the judge as to which is more trustworthy. The pit bull mauling victim was able to call 911 for help and told the operator that 2 pit bulls were attacking him. Police officers who arrived at the defendant’s home reported that 2 pit bulls were attacking. They shot and killed both pit bulls in order to stop the attack.

The pit bulls owner’s version is quite different. He told WPDE News Channel 15 that he only owned 1 of those pit bulls and … surprise, surprise … he insisted that it had no involvement with the attack upon the victim. As to the “real” attacking pit bull, he claimed that he didn’t own it, but that it “was just always around his property.” IMO, that’s as honest on the truth meter as “you will be able to keep your own health insurance plan.”

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