Monday, 16 July 2012

Lennox: Channel 4 investigates?

Image taken from Facebook.
Feelings are understandably running high since the devastating news on Wednesday about Lennox.  

In the name of Lennox we continue to fight his cause against Breed Standard Legislation and the Dangerous Dog Act and also seek to investigate the shocking conduct of Belfast County Council.

There is a chance that Channel 4 will conduct an investigation into Belfast County Council's treatment of Lennox and his family for their Dispatches TV show, this would be fantastic exposure and could be a positive step on the way forward to ending Breed Standard Legislation once and for all.

To encourage Channel 4 to consider the investigation please copy and paste the text below into an e-mail addresses to

Dear Sir/Madam,

It has been suggested that you will consider conducting an investigation and running a story on Dispatches about Lennox the dog.  As you are probably aware, Lennox was seized by Belfast County Council in May 2010, kept in captivity for over two years and murdered on Wednesday 11th June 2012.  I am writing as one of the many supporters of Lennox and his family and feel that they were treated appallingly by Belfast County Council and I don't think they should be allowed to get away with it.  I feel that if you were to conduct an investigation it could expose the way BCC have conducted themselves and help stop this from ever happening again.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Please let me know if you receive a response!

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1 comment:

  1. Now they have PROMOTED the bitch who lied in court about Lennox being vicious. (Refer to the 20 minute video of him kissing her face and playing with her) I expect Lennox died of neglect and dreadful conditions constituting abuse and that the BCC was covering it up which is why they would not allow anyone to see Lennox or have him removed from the country. Please people of belfast. Do not vote these criminals into office again.




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