Thursday, September 8, 2016

DETROIT MI - 3 PIT BULLS AT J.E. CLARK PREPARATORY ACADEMY WERE ATTEMPTING TO ATTACK ANYONE THEY COULD WHEN A TEACHER STEPPED IN TO WARD THE MEAT GRINDERS OFF AND HE WAS BITTEN



DETROIT - Video obtained by Local 4 shows the danger a group of dogs pose to students and teachers at J.E. Clark Preparatory Academy on Detroit's east side.
THREE DOGS that appear to be PIT BULLS. They were seen attacking anyone they could Wednesday.
The video shows the pack of dogs attacking a teacher who was trying to protect the children from the dogs. Cars and minivans tried to separate the teacher from the dogs, and some people tried to run over the dogs.
Children were hurried away from the danger. Their screams can be heard in the background of the cellphone video posted above.
Local 4 showed the video to a Detroit Public Schools official, who said she knew nothing about the attack until after seeing the video.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I love the reporter's indignation in this clip. Obligatory pit hag in the comments at Click on Detroit, telling everyone how a-ma-zing pibbles are and spewing the usual crap about BSL not working. Nice to see someone else drawing everyone's attention to SB239, being debated in Lansing as the damn dogs were biting.
—AMinYVR

Anonymous said...

No tags, no collars, no restraint, no control, no containment, no idea where the dogs are now - another responsible pibble owner upset at the unfair treatment of his pibbly-wibblies.

I want a cute purse said...

Detroit is a disaster! I feel so terrible for the people who live there and have watched there communities collapse. I've heard getting the police to come is like getting animal control to come. I hope the community handles these dangerous dogs on their own.