February 2014 – My Fox Atlanta
Tony Solesky speaks at rally at State Capitol of Georgia to regulate pit bulls, joined by advocates Angela Rutledge, Jeff Borchardt and more.

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April 2013 – Baltimore Sun
A 2007 pit bull attack of a 10-year old, and years of trying to get restitution, has forced the Solesky family to be outspoken in support of a court ruling that pit bulls are ‘inherently dangerous.’ (Christopher T. Assaf/Baltimore Sun video)

January 17, 2013 – WBAL
Bill would address all dogs, not just pit bulls
A Maryland lawmaker said a compromise measure has been worked out to address a court ruling that labeled pit bulls as an inherently dangerous breed.

June 19, 2012 – WBAL
Anthony Solesky Testimony
On Tuesday, June 19, 2012, Anthony Solesky appeared before a special Maryland legislative task force to deal with a Court of Appeals decision defining pit bulls as “inherently dangerous.”

June 19, 2012 – WBAL
Md. lawmakers interpret state ruling on pit bulls
The impact of a Maryland high court ruling has some pet owners angry and state lawmakers wondering if they need make a new law.

February 2008 – WBAL
Boy, 10, nearly died from dog bite
Witnesses say 10-year-old Dominic Solesky was rolling around in an alley completely covered by blood, asking if he was going die after he was bitten by a dog.

October 10, 2007 – WBAL
Officials Mull Pit Bull Law; Critics Call It Unfair
A Baltimore County proposal calls for pit bull owners to muzzle their dogs in public, lock them in cages and post warning signs around their homes, but critics call the breed-specific law unfair.