The 'Event Horizon' as it is known defies the laws of matter.
Which "laws of matter" would these be? Seeing as event horizons aren't made of anything I don't get your point; all an event horizon is is a boundary between space where light can escape and space where all future paths of light end up at the singularity. There's nothing actually there.
To 'pull' in light the force of the black hole has to pull light AT the speed of light (a^2+b^2=c^2) and all forces dimish exponentially based on distance from the source.
Errm, well it's lucky that light travels at, well, the speed of light then isn't it! Not quite sure what Pythagoras has to do with this either... And as for forces, long range forces (gravity and electromagnetism) fall off as 1/r^2 because we live in a 3 dimensional space...
If any object can swallow light at any distance from it's own center, the center has to be of such a force that it's pull would be faster than light itself.
No, not any object, just black holes. And pull (by which I assume you mean the gravitational force towards the centre of the black hole) does not have a speed... force is mass * acceleration remember?
An oversimlified explanation I know, but it does show that either black holes don't exist or the laws of physics we believe must be wrong.
No, my solution is that the laws of physics you believe are wrong.
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