Ernest Dempsey — Despite all the animal rights activists’ campaigns for saving Lennox from the clutches of Belfast City Council (BCC), the dog was killed today in Belfast by the BCC, as is confirmed on a news update on the councils’ site. It was the murder of justice and the confirmation of the impression that Belfast authorities and courts are the enemies of humanity.
Lennox was ripped from his family at their house in 2010 where the authorities measured it with a measuring tape and called it a pit bull type dog, which is a banned breed in the state. While they had no proof that this was a pit bull, they forcibly took the dog from its family and imprisoned it without allowing the family or anyone to see it – an act speaking of their torturous intentions. The dog was then taken to a court, or so it was called, where BCC’s staff testified that it was dangerous and the court ordered it to be put down because it was a threat to public safety.
Over the course of two years, appeals were filed repeatedly by the family to spare the dog as it had no history of aggression, but the courts continued to side with the BCC and ignore the public outcry that Belfast was only victimizing the family and the spirit of justice. Upholding this dictatorial decision, Lennox was finally announced dead today while the family was not even allowed a chance to say goodbye. The mock trial and wickedness exposed the BCC and its circus courts fully. Who is dangerous for public safety, the world knows so well now.
It is hard to describe the atrocity committed by the BCC so openly and shamelessly by murdering a family pet without reason. No words will be strong enough to express the cruelty that has been inflicted on the dog and its family and the concept called “justice”. However, one thing is clear that when this kind of thing happens in the third world, it is called “terrorism”. Perhaps the readers will choose what they call it when it happens in Belfast – which is part of the United Kingdom where the sun never sets.
Rest in Peace Lennox!