Skeldon sent packing?

Well, well, well… Did Toledo finally come to its senses?

Remember Tom Skeldon; one of the Fiberal *star* witnesses for enacting the breed ban here in Ontario? I guess he won't be whoring himself out as a *star* witness anymore?

There was an article in the Toeldo Blade entitled New Dog Warden Needed.

AS THE recent killing of a Point Place family pet
makes perfectly clear, the first recommendation from the committee
formed to suggest ways to improve the Lucas County dog warden's office
must be a change at the top.

It is time for Tom Skeldon to go.


The Feb. 10 death by tranquilizer dart of Princess, a 10-pound
Pomeranian-beagle mix that had gotten loose from its home, gave the
county's dog warden a chance to show remorse, sympathy, understanding,
and flexibility. Instead, after a cursory “sorry,” he dug in his heels
and blindly defended his department's policies.

It is through such policies, particularly a narrowly envisioned crusade
against pit bulls, that Mr. Skeldon has developed a reputation as an
uncaring zealot.

Enough.

Read the rest here.

Dog warden Tom Skeldon, the driving force behind Ohio’s BSL, testified before the court in Tellings v. Toledo (2006). Here is a direct illiterate rambling statement from the dog warden himself.



 

“even if a dog was 50 per cent pit bull, if it did not
‘look like a pit bull,’ the owner would not be charged. On the other
hand, if a dog did ‘look like a pit bull,’ it would be classified as a
pit bull and the owner would be subject to the ‘vicious dog’ laws.”




It takes a while sometimes, but being an evil s.o.b. usually comes back around to bite one in the a**!

Have fun on the unemployment lines Skeldon. I hear the lines are quite long. I think there may some jobs shoveling dog poo. You sound like the type that is better suited to self employment anyway..

ht KC Dogblog

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


*

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>