Macmillan, aged 61, of Camden Street, Walsall Wood, had received a caution for a similar offence in 2011 as her dog had bitten someone in the Devon and Cornwall police area.
But Mrs Crowe said despite the latest incident West Midlands Police had not requested the dog be put down.So, will they be liable for any further incidents? No. Of course not.
And why would they not request the destruction? Is the victim a responsible owner? Did she fully accept her responsibility?
Mrs Sheila Hicklin, defending, told the court: “She fully accepts what has happened. She is very sorry about what happened to the gentleman’s leg as a result. She got upset because he was shouting and swearing so much she became worried and went round the corner.”Ah. Right. I can understand how he might well have been a bit aggrieved and so a bit intimidating, but isn’t that something you just have to bear when your dog has savaged someone?
No! Because Victimhood Card in play!
The magistrates heard that Macmillan suffers from multiple sclerosis and severe arthritis and was unable to carry out unpaid work. She was ordered to pay Mr Hayes £800 in lost earnings, £200 for the injury and victims’ surcharge £60. There was no order for costs.So, we’ll be paying that, will we?
And how does this square with the ‘driving the disabled to penury’ charges laid against this government by disability activists? She can clearly afford not one but two dogs! And isn’t so disabled she can’t exercise them, either!
But Macmillan, who receives disability living allowance was given a 12-week curfew order to wear electronic tag with the condition that she must stay indoors between 7pm and 7am.Because..? Nope, I can't figure that out...