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This is an article regarding the ruling made against Duane "Dog" Chapman, his son Leland and his associate Tim Chapman. In 2003, they captured convicted rapist Andrew Luster in Mexico. They were then arrested, on a misdemeanor offense of Deprivation of Liberty stemming from the capture of Luster.

Please sign this online petiton to keep Dog and his associates free. Contact your congressmen. If Dog didn't catch Luster, who knows who else Luster could have raped. The night he was caught, he had date rape drugs on him.

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And the article regarding Dog. Please help. For anyone who has ever been abused, please help


FEBRUARY 16: An Associated Press report out of Guadalajara, Mexico stated that a Mexican federal court has denied Duane "Dog" Chapman's injunction request and has ruled that the star of A&E's "Dog the Bounty Hunter" should be extradited and stand trial for deprivation of liberty - a charge stemming from Dog and his posse's 2003 capture of convicted serial rapist, Andrew Luster in Puerto Vallarta.

Mexican authorities had asked for Chapman's extradition from Hawaii and U.S. Marshals took Dog, son Leland Chapman and associate Tim Chapman into custody back on September 14th for their role in bringing Luster to justice. Dog, Leland and Tim were released on bail and have been awaiting a ruling on their request to stop the extradition proceedings, which would otherwise require them to face trial in Mexico.

"Our attorneys have not even been formally informed of the court's decision, as of yet," Dog and wife Beth Chapman said. "We are obviously deeply disappointed and fearful of what will happen, and are currently absorbing the news and discussing our options at this time."

Andrew Luster, the notorious heir to the Max Factor cosmetics fortune, was convicted of drugging and raping three women over a four year span. During his trial in 2003, Luster fled the country, leading to an international manhunt. In June 2003, Dog and his team tracked the fugitive Luster in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, where he was living under an alias, and seized him. Luster was subsequently found guilty in the US and is currently serving a 124 year prison sentence. At that time,in June 2003, Dog, Tim and Leland were arrested by the Mexican authorities for unlawful deprivation of liberty and released on bail.

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I will definately be signing. I have an absolute hatres of all aexual predators. They are DEVIANTS. Once you harm someone in that manner, there is no rehabilitation. I'm scarred for the rest of my life because of a bunch of perverts. I applaud anyone who decides to seek justice.

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I am trying to get the word out to as many people as possible. I think it is a tragedy what is happening. There was actually a Lifetime movie about Andrew Luster. Jason Gedrick starred as Luster and he was scary good in it. They had to reshoot the ending because like three days before it being shown for the first time, Dog caught him.

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