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Dog Leash From the Woolworth Riots
Leather-Dog-Leash

Origin

1968 Race Riot in Washington D.C.

Type

Dog leash

Effects

Summons phantom German shepherds to attack a target

Downsides

The dogs will eventually turn on the user

Activation

Holding while feeling intense hate

Collected by

Artie Nielson

Section

Wrath-61446

Date of Collection

May 29th, 1972

[Source]


OriginEdit

After the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., several protestors rioted in the street. While there were some peaceful protestors maintaining Dr. King's non-violent approach, many turned to public destruction and disarray. To reestablish order police troops were called in. A particularly brutal demonstration of police brutality was the 1968 Race Riot in Washington D.C. in from of Woolworth's department store. Police attacked people with clubs, dogs, and fire hoses. It has remained one of the most shocking pieces of police brutality in American history.

EffectsEdit

The dog leash absorbed the aggression of the German shepherds that the police sicced on protestors. When holding the leash the user can summon packs of phantom dogs to attack a particular target of hate. As the dogs grow more vicious they will escape from the control of the leash and turn on the leash holder.

CollectionEdit

Artie collected the leash after a woman used it to kill her husband and his mistress, only to later be devoured by the dogs she summoned.

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