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Where's all the money? The dog handlers gave many of them pet names, even as they prepared them for death. I pitbll have chickens. They always knenels it away from the kids because it was so bloody, but somehow it became accepted around here. And he gave away more dogs than he ever sold. Floyd and Guy Boudreaux have not offered any public comments since the bust.
Detective David Hunt of Franklin County, Ohio, one of the country's premier dogfighting enforcers, said he started hearing about the Boudreaux raid from informants hours before the story hit the news. He's a hero in that crowd. He's the standard everybody else judges their dogs by. It's my favorite breed," Maloney said. Located in New Orleans, Louisiana. Boudreaux, however, did offer a parting comment during a visit from a reporter: "My dad hasn't fought dogs in 30 years.
Each doghouse was surrounded by a neat circular rut, the deep grooves marking the boundaries of the dogs' world as the animals strained their 6-foot chains. Where we make it possible for everyone to have their dream American Bully. Even as we were loading them onto the truck, you couldn't help but think about what was eventually going to happen to them. Everybody knew about him," said Randy Hebert, who lives near the Boudreauxs.
Cockfighting, kennel its spectacle of death, was pitbull lafajette sideshow at these throw-downs, held in a barn or closed pit away from those with no stomach for it. Customs officials, the Louisiana Lafayette for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Humane Society dog handlers from as far away as Florida and Montana, and at the front, a large refrigerated truck filled with dog cages american pitbhll by Kathryn Destreza.
In response to a recent interview request, Guy Boudreaux referred all legal questions to his attorney Jason Robideaux, who did not respond to several telephone calls. Since the arrest of the Boudreauxs, the State Police have been flooded with tips and information: Information about other large kennels selling fighting dogs. Dog matches, far bloodier and more protracted than the rooster fights, were staged even deeper into the shadows. If they were ever to get around another animal, they'd turn in a millisecond. Lee, the local animal control director, said her shelter got a flood of calls from local pit-bull owners devastated by the news.
Several Lafayette old-timers said the fights were public kennel but largely unadvertised, held at whispered locations "in the woods" or "down the road," and american late at night. Not because of the raid -- she'd been on plenty of big raids -- but at the thought of seeing, in the flesh, a pit bull terrier from the world-renowned Pitbull bloodline. But to Louisiana State Police and animal control officers, lafayette raid's greater ificance is that it marked the biggest blow to dogfighting in Louisiana since the state banned it in and has rattled dogfighting circles around the world.
Daniel Stanford, who represented Guy Boudreaux at the time of the raid, said, "These dogs were used for hunting, shows, competitive weight pulling and as pets. The dogs, along with items ranging from anabolic steroids to exercise treadmills to computer records and videos, were evidence enough to book Floyd Boudreaux, 70, and Guy Boudreaux, 40, on charges of animal cruelty, illegal possession of steroids, possession of a sawed-off shotgun and 64 counts of dogfighting.
But he's really just a sweet little old man. My dad had 'em before I did, and then I had 'em before I went to grade school. It was shocking to us how vicious they'd become when they saw another animal. He is the top of the pyramid as far as notoriety in dogfighting circles. It's always been a family affair. Before it was made illegal indogfighting was a fixture of Cajun country alongside cock-fighting, the controversial blood sport that has been outlawed lafayette every state except Louisiana and New Mexico.
But it didn't take long for word to get around after it went down. But in the pitbull behind the main compound was latayette sight that filled Destreza with awe and disgust: 27 pit bulls tethered beside small doghouses, many of the dogs wallowing in muddy pools of standing rainwater. Another 30 pit bulls, including puppies, were scattered in pens and doghouses. A month after the Lafayette raid, Louisiana State Police broke up an organized fight in the nearby town of Sunset, where they arrested 17 adults and two kennels and american two severely mauled pit bulls "locked up" on each other in the middle of a bloody pit.
Floyd Boudreaux grew up in an era when pit bull fights were a Saturday draw at rural nightclubs and bush tracks that also offered family fare such as barbecues, sulky racing and drag racing. You can't help but bond with the animals. Despite their rippling muscles, many of the dogs were quiet and scared, and even friendly -- just like most breeds, Destreza said. In dogfighting, a sport that spans the globe, the pedigree is revered for producing the world's most vicious fighting dogs. Beyond the family's fleet of rusted cars and pickups was the weather-beaten wood-frame house where Floyd Boudreaux lives with his wife, and behind that the double-wide trailer where Guy Boudreaux lives with his year-old son.
Surprisingly, he appeared to get no special treatment, just one dog chained among rows of other dogs. Old tires, rusted pipes, piles of lumber and rolls of chain-link fence surrounded a tar-paper lafayette and rickety rooster shack. And among the kennels, Reno, the "grand champion" fighter and aging stud, was among the dogs Destreza expected to pitbull face-to-muzzle. Boudreaux is a celebrity in that world.
Long-dead legends include Blind Billy, Maverick and Napoleon. Within the secretive and tightknit community of dogfighters, the raid has become the most talked-about event in years. Louisiana has american been one of pitbull country's most fertile arenas for dogfighting, mainly because the activity flourished virtually unchecked for decades, authorities lafaayette. Dog-theft rings that steal family pets to be used as "bait" in the training of pit-bull fighters. The Boudreauxs, through their attorneys, deny breeding or training their pit bulls for fighting, activities that are illegal under Louisiana's dogfighting statute.
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