I'm not sure how legit it is to have the whole documentary uploaded onto Youtube but it's still up for now so if you haven't seen this yet, here it is. It's a fascinating film which gives good insight into how various people and agencies think about and treat America's foremost dog.
And after getting a comment from FrogDogz, I realized I should probably have prefaced this a little better in that some, if not a lot of the "information" in this doc is highly subjective - as it is meant to be - and some of it is downright fictitious like the opinion from the Humane Society rep saying that previous fight dog Pit Bulls can't be rehabbed well enough to rehome. That's obviously untrue based on the huge successes groups like Best Friends Animal Sanctuary and Bad Rap have had with rehoming fight dogs.
The 3000 (or 2000 or 10 billion) pound jaw pressure comment is also about as fact based as Scientology and its devil alien Xenu. For me, the main thing I took away from this doc is that while so many different groups want to fit the Pit Bull into whatever belief system they live by, the dog itself is still just a dog. It loves its owner and will be abused or loved and molded by its owner into whatever demon or angel the owner demands.
The mythology around the breed is stupefying and even some supporters sometimes imbue the Pit Bull with almost supernatural powers for good or bad. Whether or not the opinions in the doc contain mostly truth or mostly fiction, these are the realities many Pit Bulls face when they emerge into the world. I think the pliability of the Pit Bull to do what its owner wants, to fit into whatever mold the owner forces it into, only accentuates the fact that it's the deed not the breed. The dog itself only controls its destiny insofar as it gives itself over so completely to its owner - who in the end must be the one held accountable.