California Senator Boxer and Missouri Senator McCaskill grilled GM chief MARY BARRA about the company's unscrupulous practices. Rumor has it charges will filed.
“You have to realize how novel that is — the possible use of criminal liability because of safety violations,” said John C. Coffee, a Columbia law professor who is a specialist in white-collar crime and director of the university’s Center on Corporate Governance.
Yes John, we realize.
Thirteen people were killed by pit bulls since last november 8.
Also since last november 8:
One county decided they would no longer label dogs by breed.
Five states introduced bills that would prohibit cities from passing laws that "discriminate" against pit bulls.
Twenty one cities repealed or considered repealing their breed specific ordinances.