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Wednesday, July 16 2014, 06:28 PM EDT
Victim of Machete Attack over Dog Poop Speaks Out
An argument over dog poop leaves one Alabama man without an arm. Now that man is speaking out after recovering in Chattanooga.

As we reported last month, police say Chris Gaylor of Jackson County was attacked by his neighbor last month with a machete.

As a result, doctor's at Erlanger hospital had to amputate one of his arms, and put screws in his other arm.

Deputies say Jefferey Walker used a machete to assault Gaylor. 

Walker was upset because Gaylor's dog relieved himself in his yard.

"I wish they could give him the death penalty for this, or put him in solitary confinement for the rest of his life," Gaylor said.

Walker was charged with attempted murder, and is now in federal custody for violating his parole

Gaylor's wife, Laura, says its going to be a long road ahead that will include physical therapy and months of rehab.Victim of Machete Attack over Dog Poop Speaks Out

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