'Dog' Will Face Charges In Mexico


Posted February 16, 2007 - By Mike D'Alonzo

Duane Chapman, who you might recognize as Dog the Bounty Hunter, has lost his legal battle and will be extradited to Mexico to face charges for illegal bounty hunting there. This is not good news for our friend Dog. Bounty hunting is illegal in Mexico, and there's nothing but proof that Chapman was in Mexico doing exactly that.

Dog was in Mexico nabbing a rapist named Andrew Luster, who is the heir to the Max Factor fortune. He will face up to four years in a Mexican prison if he is found guilty. Luster, on the other hand, is in the middle of a 124-year prison term, during which he will be raped each and every day of his life, which proves once and for all that sometimes the punishment fits the crime.

Yahoo! News: 'Dog' loses extradition battle in Mexico

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'Dog' Will Face Charges In Mexico


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