Sounds like a righteous shooting to me. Too bad the black guy didn't take out the hill jack too.
I once told a misplaced jack off that after I killed his dog I'd be coming for him. He had mistakenly assumed that everyone automatically melts in fear when confronted by a pit bull. He never bothered me or my dogs again.
-------------------- Regards, Bill _ _______________________________ _ I could eat a can of alphabet soup and shit a better argument than that. Posts: 5508 | From: East central Indiana | Registered: May 2001
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Judging from the article, the man was well within his rights.....his dog was attacked by a pack of unleashed, vicious pit bulls, and he used the appropriate level of force when he was attacked as well.
At least the dumb-ass owner acted somewhat decent, instead of trying to justify his stupidity of letting three pits run wild....it probably would have ended badly for him had he gotten ignorant.
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This should not come as a surprise to any of youse but IMO the most aggressive dogs are the little yappers and ankle biters. These little shits will go for yer leg or even for a bigger dog in the blink of an eye.
One of my neighbors had some kind of little mutt that I think was half terrier and half pug. The little bastard thought that he was Cujo and would go for you as soon as it saw you. The old woman who owned it didn't give a shit about the state leash or pen laws when it came to her precious darling doggy. More than once I kicked a field goal with the critter but it didn't take. Then one day I saw it outside and noticed that the old woman's car was gone....
I did a quick look and saw that no one was around but me and the mutt. Cujo came for me as usual but this time was to be the last time. I shot the sorry fucker through the head at about five feet. The .38 Spl HydraShok made him DRT aka Dead Right There. A quick trip inside the house for a trash bag and then off to the dumpster for an even quicker disposal. I even broke out the hose and flushed the lawn down to disperse the blood and tissue. Later I noticed that the birds were zeroing in on the place where I had clobbered the pooch. Snatching up little morsels than remained would be my guess. Nothing like a free clean up squad.....
There are a few bigger dogs in the neighborhood but their owners keep them on a leash and the dogs themselves are socialable. Just the way it should be....
And so it goes and every great once in a while one does. Here Poochie Woochie, Kaboom!
The I Like Good Dogs And Like Clobbering Bad Dogs Retired One
Don't blame me, I don't need anymore scars than I already have
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