I seem to recall something was taken as gospel truth by pro-Westies because "Someone who works with Damon" said it. Remember, cyn?
Yes, I remember. Even that story about the dog "hitting" on the neighbor's house was dragged up again today. Never mind that the dog's reaction in DW's garage was used to get a search warrant (all part of the record and not deemed illegal or inapproriate, but in fact, compelling,) is ignored, buttressing your earlier point about irrelevancies given ascendancy over pertinant details.
Ott's notes even stated that the dog did NOT hit at DW's...and there were several items in the affidavit for warrant that were false.
posted on 01/15/2003 5:17:15 PM PST
You stated long ago on these threads that you don't have much faith in the "dog science", a tool but not one you would take seriously.(paraphrased of course)
Have you now a changed mind on that subject?
BTW, as I have stated many times: If the dogs had hit anywhere the police wanted them to hit it would have been used by Dusek in the trial. They didn't ,he didn't.
posted on 01/15/2003 5:43:19 PM PST
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