http://www.ajc.com/news/content/news/0603/23bounty.html When a bounty hunter known as "Dog" captured convicted rapist and cosmetics heir Andrew Luster in Mexico, he was criticized by others in the profession, the Associated Press says. "He represents all of the things that bail agents are trying to get away from -- the cowboy image, the renegade, bring 'em home dead or alive," said Penny Harding of the California Bail Agents Association, which represents 500 bail bondsmen. Duane "Dog" Chapman crossed a line with . . .
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