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WATCH: Drug Dog Searches Orthodox Girls School Bus — Parents Furious

A New York Orthodox high school’s decision to bring a drug-sniffing dog to search a school bus is sparking anger among parents, the website Crownheights.info reported.

According to the site, students at Bais Rivkah High School were warned before a weekend trip that a drug-sniffing dog would search their bags before departure. The school then denied that they had issued the warning.

Yet on Friday, a dog handler brought a German Shepherd onto a bus full of female students departing for the weekend trip. In a video of the search posted at Crownheights.info, students are heard shrieking when the dog boards the bus.

The site reported that parents are angry at the school over the search.

Contact Josh Nathan-Kazis at nathankazis@forward.com or on Twitter, @joshnathankazis.

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