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Forget about the Dogs

A week ago, on Saturday, March 27, Michigan state police raided a house in their successful effort to arrest nine persons on sedition and weapons charges.  Among the accused’s alleged plans is killing a government official.  It’s good this problem seems to have been dealt with before it got nastier.  But, according to The New York Times, two days later, when the raided house was devoid of its human occupants, there were “two dogs still tied up in the muddy yard, which was littered with dilapidated furniture, a washing machine and tires.”

Please, contact authorities in the village of Clayton, Lenawee County, Michigan, and demand that the dogs be properly cared for—and, if they have already been taken in to care now, ask why it took so long.