Friday, January 13, 2012

Where did we go wrong?


According to the police, Picciano admitted ownership of the dogs. He was arrested and later was arraigned before Coroner William J. Flynn, who held him in $2000 bail on a charge of homicide.

New York Tribune, August 18, 1917

2 comments:

snack sized dog said...

Huh, homicide charges. I wonder if bringing homicide charges more often eventually made the pit bulls go underground the 30s and 40s til the 70s.

Anonymous said...

That's a pretty good theory theory actually maybe some more research in that area would yield some results