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MI: Defendant testifies in dog fighting case

Discussion in 'Pit Bull News' started by Vicki, May 1, 2017.

  1. F.D.

    F.D. Top Dog

    "But a defense expert, Dennis Norrod who raises pit bulls, said those same items are only to train the dogs to compete in weight pulling, running and climbing and to keep the dogs from running away."

    Unless 100% of people who own slatmills, treadmills, flirt poles, chainspots, harnesses, etc., are 100% likely to be involved with dog fighting, then how can a person be convicted simply because they have these items? It doesn't seem like a fair prosecution for these to be admissable. I would think the fact that LE use slatmills would be proof. Or if not, they should jail law officers who exercise their dogs with slatmills.
    niko likes this.
  2. niko

    niko CH Dog

    You hit the nail on the head Pro....friggin morons SMH
    JimAm*dam likes this.
  3. Michele

    Michele Premium Member Premium Member

    If they were "experts" they would know that the breed is DA. Experts my ass....
    niko likes this.
  4. thecableguy

    thecableguy Big Dog

    It was just a real eye opener because the website that sells Mills doesn't warn you that you might get sent to prison just for owning one..
    niko likes this.
  5. F.D.

    F.D. Top Dog

    In my opinion, the mill makers should keep track of law enforcement purchasers, and then be expert witnesses for the defense - demonstrate that having exercise equipment is not proof of anything illegal
    Michele, amistad and niko like this.

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