Second suit filed against dog caretakers

Walsh, Ed
April 2001
Bay Area Reporter;4/12/2001, Vol. 31 Issue 15, p17
Reports the wrongful death lawsuit filed against the caretakers of the dogs involved in the fatal attack on Diane Whipple in San Francisco, California. Failure of the caretakers to apologize for the attack; Other defendants named in the lawsuit; Scheduled arraignment of the caretakers.


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