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A&E has since suspended production for the series, pending an investigation.
Chapman issued a public statement apologizing for his "regrettable use of very inappropriate language". If Lyssa [Dog's daughter] was dating a nigger, we would all say 'fuck you!
Also, his wild hambeast wife has giant tatters and he believes that Margaret Thatcher is still the Prime Minister of Brittanistan.
In October of 2007, Duane Chapman made racially insensitve remarks during a taped conversation with his son, Tucker, including the word "black person" when referring to his son's black girlfriend, Monique Shinnery. And we're not taking a chance on losing everything we got over a racial slur because our son goes with a girl like that. You can't expect Gary, Bonnie, Cecily, all them young kids to [garbled] because 'I'm in love for 7 months' - fuck that! I got that girl saying she's gonna wear a recorder...
Duane Lee "Dog" Chapman is a bounty hunter and bail bondsman who lives to fuck with stupid niggers.
He stars in Dog the Bounty Hunter, a weekly reality television program which is currently broadcast to racist white people.
After his mother's passing, he moved back to Colorado for a long stay to work alongside his sister, Jolene Chapman, who also started her own bail bond business on 'Bail Bond's Row'.
His longtime partner Alice Barmore (now Beth Chapman) soon joined with him on his bounties and business and both moved back to Hawaii to open up another office in downtown Honolulu.
Chapman maintains his innocence of murder but suggests he was a legal accessory for not reporting the shooting to the police. Dog's career in bounty hunting began when he was in court disputing child support.
Luster had fled the United States in the middle of his trial for drugging and raping a number of women, and was convicted in absentia on 86 counts including multiple rape charges connected to assaults in 1996, 19.
Chapman was assisted by his "hunt team", consisting of his son Leland and his associate, Tim Chapman.
After spending one night in the federal detention center, Chapman told reporters: "The federal marshals treated us with great respect.
But let me tell you, you never want to go to a federal prison, because it's terrible."Although the judge agreed that the men were not a flight risk, he ordered that each wear an electronic monitoring device around the ankle.