Family's 'disgust' at dog ruling

The family of a fourteen-year-old girl, who was savaged to death by four dogs, have spoken of their disgust after the owner walked free from court with a suspended sentence.

Jade Lomas-Anderson was killed when the dogs, who were described as 'hyper aggressive', turned on her at a house in Greater Manchester in March.

Ed Thomas reports.

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