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Al Sharpton Responds to Dog 

Bounty Hunter to Return to TV?

Dog the Bounty Hunter has gotten his response to a request to “meet with black leaders”. The leader is Al Sharpton. The response is a mixed bag. Sharpton, who is familiar with the subject of hate crimes, is going to be leading a march against them and invited the Dog to join him.

More from Black Entertainment Television:
In a letter, Sharpton encourages Chapman to join a Nov. 16 march against hate crimes that Sharpton is helping to organize. He says he won’t alter his schedule to meet with the bail bondsman, who used the “N” word several times and berated his son’s girlfriend, who is Black, in a phone conversation.

Sharpton’s letter reads, in part: “As a minister, I would be inclined to meet with you despite the racist and grotesque things I heard you say, but I am not willing to rearrange my schedule around the country building up for this march to do so. If you wish to meet with me somewhere on the road that is fine, but be assured that I will not sanitize the kind of hate language that leads to the hate action that has left so many people vulnerable in America today…

Dog may be getting back on the air.

Dog the Bounty Hunter: Canceled then Uncanceled? The very latest in the Dog the Bounty Hunter Saga:

Arts and Entertainment Network seemingly left the door open for Duane “Dog” Chapman to return to the airwaves at some unspecified, later date.
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Dog the Bounty Hunter: Al Sharpton Responds 

Dog the Bounty Hunter: Door Open to Return? 

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Dog the Bounty Hunter: Al Sharpton Responds 

Dog the Bounty Hunter: Door Open to Return? 

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