Patrick & Lennox update 2

http://celiasue.com/2012/07/11/for-brooke-justice-for-lennox/  RIP LENNOX

 

Patrick and Lennox are the perfect representatives of how Breed Discrimination harms dogs and the people who love them.

Latest on Lennox

The latest on Lennox: http://positively.com/?p=7229

http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/local-national/northern-ireland/122000-sign-petition-to-save-death-row-dog-lennox-16099959.html

Patrick

NJ SPCA

The Essex County Prosecutor’s Office has several boxes of faxes and emails that they have received over the last several months. I remain confident that the Prosecutors Office understands the importance of this case and I am hopeful that the Court proceedings will move forward with a positive outcome, most importantly for Patrick. Right now prayers are best and in the near future if I need an ” ANIMAL ARMY” I will let everyone know. Next appearance is this Friday, January 20th…………….. Capt

Man on Animal Planet, Extreme Phobias, overcomes his fear of pit bulls…

http://animal.discovery.com/videos/my-extreme-animal-phobia-puppy-scares-man-to-tears.html

tears…Patrick in March when he was found in the garbage…

Patrick now, a healthy boy thanks to the GSVS Hospital

And the latest news regarding Lennox…

Keep in mind that nothing has been verified** What has been going around is that no decision has been made today and the Judge may have until Jan 21 to reach a decision.

most of us thought the trial date was 11-11-11. they made a mistake on the date his trial has been held off till 1-21-12. lets hope they lift the pit bull ban for the new year and stop killing all the pits and dogs that look like a pit!

as of October 19, 2011, Lennox has been given another reprieve…A point of law has been submitted which the judge will now consider. This could take up to a month. More to follow.

Lennox is still alive

http://www.northcountrygazette.org/2011/10/20/stay-of-execution-for-lennox-new-appeal-readied/

Caroline Barnes is a former veterinary nurse, owns other dogs in addition to Lennox and has fostered dogs.

The family was given 21 days to find a legal loophole in decision, to find a point of law on which to base one more appeal.

The Belfast Telegraph is reporting that the family has indeed found such a point of law and says that a spokeswoman for the Lord Chief Justice of Northern Ireland has told the newspaper that an appeal will be lodged on behalf of Lennox by Friday.

It has been reported that a source for the Belfast City Council has indicated there will be a stay of execution.

http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/local-national/northern-ireland/owners-in-final-bid-to-save-death-row-dog-lennox-16066302.html

(Am no lawyer especially not of Irish law, but could the family sue the Judge, Belfast City Council, people who lied, people who took Lennox away and people who are keeping Lennox away from the girl, etc. for their daughter’s health issues resulting from the inhumane treatment of their dog and threat of his being killed?)

It is once again Blog Hop day, thanks to Life with Dogs, Two Little Cavaliers and Confessions of the Plume.  Grab the code right here…

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7 responses to “Patrick & Lennox update 2

  1. Mari Reid

    Here’s a thought – trade Kisha Curtis for Lennox – she’s clearly more dangerous.

  2. Celia, thank you so much for the update. Like so many others, I’ve been following these stories. I don’t know about Ireland, but I would imagine it would be difficult to sue the judge since the judge IS “the court.” I like Mari’s suggestion, though.

  3. Thanks for sharing these stories on Pit Bull Awareness Day.

    Your Cici is adorabull!

    Pit Bull Frogs

  4. EmilyS

    the pit bulls featured in the Animal Planet phobia show are owned/rescued by CHAKO, a wonderful organization worth supporting:

    http://chako.org/

  5. Jen is a nervous Nelly anyway, but she gets especially nervous with me, for fear that someone could just up and and take my dog from me because someone has deemed him dangerous. Of course, police do that to poor black teens all the time, so why should I be surprised they’d do it to a dog?

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