Article Title:Jailed dog owner due for release today
Category:New Zealand Daily News
Author or News Staff
Published on:18th June 2003 - 12:00 pm
Story ID:1899
Text:One of two men sent to prison after their dog attacked Auckland girl Carolina Anderson is due to be released from Mt Eden Prison today. Brian Hill received a ten-month sentence after pleading guilty to being one of the owners of the dog, but should be released today after serving two months, pending remission for good behaviour. His partner Thomas Owen is still serving the remainder of his sentence in a special wing at Mt Eden, after a beating on Saturday by other inmates that left him seriously injured. Carolina's father, John Anderson, held a press conference later that day, telling reporters that he didn't condone the attack, but that it was a “a natural consequence for the lack of remorse this guy's had all the way through the last five months”.    
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