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Sunderland man jailed after making shocking videos of his dog killing wild foxes 25th April 2019 A poacher from Wearside who made shocking videos of his whippet brutally killing wild foxes has been jailed and banned from animals. Sunderland man Arron Crighton, 21, admitted offences under the 2001 Animal Welfare Act and 2004 Hunting Act …

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Other Bloodsports Convictions

Robin Foyd, Lennox Foyd, Kenneth Luxton And Irene Luxton were each fined £100 for affray after they attacked a L.A.C.S. monitor who was trying to film a kill. When 40 police and RSPCA officers stormed the shed a Belvedere they found 15 men and a 16 year old youth watching two birds fighting. Four other birds …

Convicted Gamekeepers

Cliffard Larter, a gamekeeper, found guilty of assault on a Notts sab and causing ABH. The sab's nose was broken and more serious injury was only prevented by the intervention of two other saboteurs. Fined £200 and £75 costs. Gamekeeper Antonio Cussato (35) of Herbert Avenue, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire was found guilty on 19/6/96 by Wrexham magistrates …

Otis Ferry to pay very substantial damages for attack on two female hunt monitors

POWA Press Release 17th March – Otis Ferry, ‘celebrity’ son of rock star Bryan, pro-hunt activist and Joint Master of the South Shropshire Hunt has, agreed to pay very substantial damages to two female hunt monitors, Mrs. Helen Ghalmi, who is a Protect Our Wild Animals [POWA] Associate, and Mrs. Susan Grima, after a 4 …

Police appeal for information following disorder at legal drag hunt

Date Published: 18/03/2014 16:20 Police from the Eden Neighbourhood Policing Team are appealing for information following a number of alleged incidents at a recent legal drag hunt on Saturday 15th March in the area of Grisedale Beck. A legal drag hunt involves the laying of a scent, usually animal based (fox urine) prior to the …

Windsor ‘wildlife massacre’: 7,000 animals killed in just ONE year on the royal estate – Mirror Online

Feb 23, 2014 17:28 Figures show that the Crown Estate's 'vermin control' methods wiped out 1,161 rabbits, 118 parakeets, 28 hares and nine moles An animal welfare campaign group has slammed a 'Windsor wildlife massacre' after figures showed more than 7,000 animals were killed on the royal estate in just a single year. The staggering …