I have a really hard time stomaching that a dog actually did that with out any assistance from anyone. Even though none of us have all the actual fact's on this case it's "part fact & some hear say". Working in the medical field my personal opinion....." Something stink's about it".
One very important word I've learned from watching court room dramas "allegedly". Poor kid, poor dog. If the people were careless enough to let the alleged "attack" take place, well then they should suffer consequences.
I agree with the kit comment gathering fluids and determining if it was even done with that particular organ and what species. There should also be someone talking to this child who deals in getting kids to open up about traumatic events because he is one of the best witnesses for his own case.
The defense rests.
There he goes. One of God's own prototypes. A high powered mutant of some kind never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die.
My daughter is 2, but she could very easily explain most things. Maybe in a language that only I could understand, but she could definitely do it. She can explain any little scratch or bruise on her body, and tell you exactly how it happened.
Pope, I have had children, I know that some 2 year olds can talk, I also know 3 year old children who can't. I'm merely pointing out that it might not be that easy to get information from the 2 year old.
Leo, I agree with you, most (I said most Pen2;) can relate what happened. Spoke the other day to my sister in law in CA and she related that last year the same story made the rounds out there and it also was dropped all of a sudden. I truly don't put much credence in these types of stories, too sensational NOT to make world news and stay on for its 15 minutes of fame.
Pyrmom,,,Sorry, I didn't realize it was already discussed on here.
The mother is changing her story too much! They are going to put the dog to sleep, before actually finding out anything. I think it is a cover up to some other abuse. No dog would actually go that far w/o being shown that or helped. I have had dogs "on my legs", but never like this. They need to step back and take a good look, something is not right there.
About the child talking, I agree, he is an excellent witness! BUT, would it be more tramatizing for him, or is he already to upset to speak. You would have to deal with that questioning in time.