Mauled - How One Tragic and Preventable Lethal Incident Changed the Legal Responsibilities of All Dog Owners

Media around the world latched onto the story, calling it: "The dog mauling case." On Jan. 26, 2001, Diane Whipple was mauled to death by two huge dogs. The case took on a new dimension because of the sexual preference of the victim, and brought same-sex partner rights to the forefront. This dramatic book tells the story and covers the trial that eventually led to a change in California law. More

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About Joe Harrington

Joe Harrington is an internationally-published author of 4 true crime books and a connoisseur’s guide to wines. He is also the owner of the renowned Irish pub, Harrington’s, in San Francisco - in operation for some thirty years.

He served in the US Army and in the National Guard, attaining the rank of Staff Sergeant (E6). He was deployed in Advanced Infantry, Heavy Weapons.

A father of five dearly-loved, adopted children, Harrington now lives with his wife, Lorraine Ann, and their many animals near San Francisco.

Education: University of San Francisco. Licensed pilot. Licensed skipper of 100 ton vessels with passengers and cargo.

Books written: A Wine Lover's Diet Book; Death of an Angel: the inside story of how justice prevailed in the San Francisco dog-mauling case; Eye of Evil: California's most bizarre serial killings; Justice Denied: The Ng Case, the Most Infamous and Expensive Murder Case in History; Profiles in Murder: An FBI Legend Dissects Killers and their Crimes.

Contact Information: Quantum Entertainment 228 Commercial Street, Nevada City, CA 95959

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