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RE: Robert Winningham

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Posted by: Calparsoni at Fri Sep 16 03:56:26 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Calparsoni ]  
   

All wild carnivores of the family Canidae and their hybrid, except for the domestic dog Canis familiaris; These dimwitts live in the stone ages. Dogs have not been a full species for quite a few years now. they have been classified as a subspecies of the wolf (Canis lupus familiaris).
Obviously they are trying to ban wolf dogs which technically are not a hybrid animal. It's rather late so I'm not looking that close but based on that glaring error any good lawyer could probably pick apart their exotic animal ordinance. Beyond that you should contact an attorney and see if your local dog catcher violated any of your rights according to your states laws in regards to his confiscation of your animals. In many states if an animal control officer (or any other law enforcement officer.) does violate your rights you can sue him in court and win damages against him. In many cases the governing bodies insurance will not cover him if he loses and you can hurt him worse than he hurt you.
I would absolutely do it even if I didn't get a dime and the lawyer got everything just to make him pay.


   

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