pro·fil·ing [proh-fahy-ling] noun
The use of specific characteristics to make generalizations about a person, as whether he or she may be engaged in illegal activity.
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Karin Carter was riding in her golf cart between her property and her son's when she was attacked by six pit bulls. Carter remains in critical condition, near death.
The six pit bulls are owned by her son, Derek Carter.
Fox hounds and other hunting dogs are sometimes owned in packs. It is unusual for anyone to own more than two, or at most, three large dogs, regardless of breed.
SRUV will venture to say that most people who own three or more pit bulls fall into one of the following categories:
- animal hoarders
- backyard breeders
- dogmen (see Glossary for definition)
Google News: Today's pit bull attacks
Ledy VanKavage, Jane Berkey, Karen Delise, BSL, Marie Helene Tokar