Corrections and Updates

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On September 22, Brussels Signal published a story about furry activists in Berlin. “Ruff Justice: 1,000 activists ‘identifying as dogs’ pack Berlin train station”
This contained some factual errors. The story was based on a video of a puppy walk on September 8, in Folsom Berlin. It was not a protest but a public display of role play by fetishists.
Because of this, we have taken the story offline