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