UPDATE: photos of the dogfighters who, if pit bull advocates have their way, will get no jail time in exchange for blood money to put fighting dogs in your neighbor's home:
Dolton - Eight people were arrested and four pit bulls were recovered when police broke up a dog fight in progress. The dog fighters scurried like rats every which way and six of them were found hiding in the rafters - like rats.
Chicago area media, well-tutored by the pit bull promoters, reported that the dogs "looked like pit bulls" or didn't ascribe a breed to them at all and reported that the dogs had been "rescued."
Here is a fight bust dog next to a champion pure bred fighting pit bull:
And as usual, because this is Chicago, commenters are hoping that the "poor babies" can be adopted out. No thank you. I do not want a fight bust dog owned by a nincompoop who thinks they have to be forced to fight landing in my neighbor's yard.
Here is what these bad boys are all about:
Fox Chicago Accessed: 2012-12-06. (Archived by WebCite® at http://www.webcitation.org/6CiXXJVl1)
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Jul 16, 2011 Dog Fighting in Our Neighborhood
May 31, 2011 Felon Arrested for Pit Bull Fighting
Sep 03, 2011 Owner of decapitated dog hopes to save other pets
Jul 01, 2011 Crackdown on NW Side gang nets 5 dogfighting arrests
Dec 30, 2010 Seven Arrested at Maywood Dogfight in Progress
Jun 28, 2010 No Jail in Dogfighting Case, but 3 Must Pay for Dogs' Care
Jul 14, 2007 Cops say dogs bred to kill