ANOTHER PIT WITH A HISTORY OF AGGRESSION ALLOWED TO CONTINUE ATTACKING PEOPLE INSTEAD OF BEING PUT DOWN AFTER THE FIRST ATTACK THE TOWN NEEDS TO BE SUE IT IS THEIR LEGAL OBLIGATION TO PROTECT THEIR CITIZENS FROM PUBLIC SAFETY HAZARDS SUCH AS THIS<quoted text>
Good to have you back. The weekend was so quiet without you, I didn't know what to do!
Please, share with us all of your big accomplishments. I didn't get my paper this morning, did you convince the president, congress, and everyone else to ban pitbulls? Should everyone line up at the SPCA to have them euthanized?
Or did you sit in your house all weekend chewing your fingernails, trying to resist the urge to check on Topix?
Report: Lindy Man Blames Babylon Town for Pit Bull Attack
A Lindenhurst man who says he was attacked by a pit bull blames Town officials for not doing anything about the dog despite its aggressive past. according to a recent report on News12.com .
By Barbara Capella Loehr
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September 23, 2012
A man in Lindenhurst - who said he was attacked by a pit bull - is blaming Babylon Town officials for not doing anything about the dog despite its aggressive past.
That's according to a recent report on News12.com .
Robert Favuzzi says he went to a friend's house for bible study in August, the report said, and as he got out of his car, he was attacked by a white-and-brown pit bull.
The said report the dog charged at him from the house next door. According to the report, it bit Favuzzi in the hand, breaking two of his fingers.
Favuzzi says "a miracle" prevented the dog from injuring him further: a rope around its neck got caught on Favuzzi's car tire, the report said.
He took the dog's owner, James Foster, to court for damages, where he discovered he's the third person to be bitten by the same dog, according to the report.
In the same report, Favuzzi's lawyer says the Town of Babylon should've at least informed neighbors of the dog attacks