From the Toledo Blade:
“A Toledo man has asked the Ohio Supreme Court to rethink its unanimous decision made earlier this month upholding laws singling out the pit bill as an inherently vicious dog.
…The motion argues that the court relied on flawed data when it agreed with the city of Toledo and the state that pit bulls cause more damage when they attack, cause more fatalities, and cause city police to discharge weapons more than any other breed.
Mr. Zyndorf claimed part of the blame lay with the Lucas County Prosecutor’s Office, which, he said, removed a book containing Ohio dog attack fatality statistics from the court record and never returned it.”
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