ANOTHER GRAFTON HUNTER FOUND GUILTY

Today (14th June 2019) at Northampton Magistrates Court, Grafton Hunt supporter Jenny Jackson Stops was found GUILTY of refusing to provide her name and address at the scene of an accident, and also failing to report the accident to the police. She was fined £692, plus costs and victim surcharge, total £1336 and given 6 …

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Crowdfunding for Cheshire Against Blood Sports on JustGiving

Jessica Craig is trying to raising £250 for Cheshire Against Blood Sports (CABS) Help stop the murder of foxes and badgers. I am undertaking a 5K open water swim on the 8th September 2019 in Liverpool, to raise much needed funds to support the Cheshire Against Blood Sports, voluntary group. CABS attempts to stop the …

Huntsman who fed fox cubs to bloodthirsty hounds SPARED jail – and can still keep animals

11th June 2019 Paul Oliver, who was master of hounds with the now disbanded South Herefordshire Hunt, was not banned from keeping animals. A senior huntsman convicted of allowing his hounds to kill four fox cubs has been handed a 16-week suspended jail sentence for causing their "painful, terrifying" deaths. Paul Oliver, who was master …

Fox cub killers escape jail part 2

Paul Oliver, 16 weeks imprisonment, suspended for 12 months. Hannah Rose, 12 weeks imprisonment, suspended for 12 months. Paul Reece and Julie Elmore received a conditional discharge. No disqualification from keeping animals. ############################## 10th June 2019 Huntsman and partner found guilty in fox cub animal cruelty case after activists mounted secret filming operation kennels near Ross-on-Wye …

Pathetic sentences

10th June 2019 Huntsman Paul Oliver Convicted Of Animal Cruelty After Being Filmed Throwing Foxes To Hounds A senior huntsman convicted of allowing his hounds to kill four fox cubs has been handed a 16-week suspended jail sentence for causing their “painful, terrifying” deaths. Paul Oliver, who was master of hounds with the now disbanded …

Fox cub cruelty accused’s Land Rover tracked to two ‘dug out’ sites, court told

31st May 2019 Fox cub cruelty accused’s Land Rover tracked to two ‘dug out’ sites, court told A Land Rover linked to hunting kennels where live fox cubs were allegedly thrown to the hounds was tracked to two areas of disturbed ground, a court has heard. Prosecutors allege that the vehicle, belonging to terrierman Nathan …