Friday, January 20, 2017

ATLANTA GA - LOGAN BRAATZ'S FAMILY HAS HIRED CHILD INJURY ATTORNEYS ANDREW GOLDNER AND JOSH STEIN AFTER THE CHILD WAS MAULED TO DEATH BY A NEIGHBOR'S PIT BULLS



UPDATE:  http://www.11alive.com/news/crime/funeral-set-for-sunday-for-boy-killed-in-dog-attack/389836042

UPDATE:  SYARI WAS SCALPED !!! http://www.crimeonline.com/2017/01/20/dog-owner-charged-with-manslaughter-after-mauling-death-of-6-year-old-boy/

Fulton County Animal Services hauled away a small pit bull in southwest Atlanta Friday morning.
"He's not the killer y'all," yelled the owner as he was leading him away. "He just got out of his cage."
This scene played out just feet from where 6-year-old Logan Braatz was killed in a deadly dog attack Tuesday morning.
Braatz was walking to the bus stop with 5-year-old Syari Sanders, who was gravely injured in the attack. They were with a group of other kids and a handful of adults. Braatz's family said the walk to the bus stop was treacherous.
Atlanta Public Schools told 11Alive, Friday, that they are in the process of moving the bus stop to a safer, and closer, location.
"God called him home," said Andie Brasley, Logan's uncle. "And it better not have been in vain because Logan deserved so much more."
Logan Braatz's family has hired child Injury attorneys Andrew Goldner and Josh Stein to fight for their cause.
On Friday, they mentioned the possibility of creating legislation, called "Logan's law," to prevent these kinds of attacks.
"Time and time again there are a handful of breeds that are wreaking this kind of havoc and destruction on communities," Golder said.
While not giving specifics, Goldner mentioned that pit bulls and other dogs deemed dangerous, could be given the same treatment as venomous snakes. Pet owners would need special permits.
The dog taken away Friday afternoon wasn't involved in the attack. But witnesses said they have seen it running loose in the neighborhood with the suspected dogs. 
Cameron Tucker - Owner of the Pit Bulls

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

We really don't need Breed SPECIFIC Legislation. All we need is common sense dog ownership laws. Think about it. The only ones that won't comply or that it will affect will be pit bull owners. If everyone is accountable and the dogs that cause problems are pts, we'll only be getting rid of pit bulls. They'll be singling themselves out.

Anonymous said...

We do need breed specific legislation. We have common sense dog ownership laws. By allowing pit bulls to cause problems, is exactly what is wrong! We do not need pit bulls to KILL children on their way to school bus stops to then penalize the pit bulls. We need to PREVENT pit bulls from ever being allowed to kill children!

In this case, the pit bulls were allowed to roam free. Our common sense ownership laws in most counties require dogs to be leashed, or on their property. If that one law was followed, this child would be alive. But we now have a dog breed so dangerous that when given a chance, it will kill time and time again. Pit bulls are unpredictable, and dangerous, serve no purpose in our society, except for dog fighting, which is illegal in all 50 states. Since pit bulls are now pets, we can continue to expect them to kill anything within striking distance. It's only January, and already someone has been killed. I'd much rather it be pit bulls that die off, rather than our precious children.