Tom Worby, never forgotten

NEVER FORGET On the 3rd of April 1993, Tom Worby, a 15 year old hunt saboteur attending his first foxhunt protest, was crushed under the wheels of the Cambridgeshire Foxhounds hound van. After a successful day’s sabbing, the hunt had boxed up and sabs were making their way back to the meet down a narrow, …

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Do you recognise them?

Published on Mar 26, 2018 Police and RSPB have appealed for information after men were seen disturbing the nest of a rare goshawk in spring 2017. The incidents happened on 22 April and 24 and 25 May near Helmsley. Do you recognise them? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-KVYxzYTeyM North Yorkshire Police and the RSPB are appealing for information after …

Angus Glens Moorland group wins complete bollocks award

​Post sent from ​Raptor Persecution UK - https://raptorpersecutionscotland.wordpress.com Congratulations to the Angus Glens Moorland Group, winners of this year’s Complete Bollocks Award. The group won the Conservation & Environment category, which highlights ‘the ultimate benchmark of excellence in rural Scotland’. We tried to look on the awards website for details of this group’s achievements in …

WTF?????????? Belfast man Neil Pinkerton acquitted of animal cruelty charges

By John Cassidy March 27 2018 An east Belfast man has been acquitted of animal cruelty charges by the direction of a senior judge. Neil Frederick Pinkerton (30), of Clandeboye Street, had been on trial at Belfast Crown Court where he denied causing unnecessary suffering to a fox and a terrier dog on December 28, …

Belfast man accused of causing unnecessary suffering to dog and fox

26th March 2018 A 30-year-old Belfast man has gone on trial accused of causing unnecessary suffering to a black and tan terrier-type bitch and a fox on December 28, 2016. Neil Frederick Pinkerton, from Clandeboye Street, also denies a third charge of causing the terrier further suffering by failing to treat or get it "adequate" …

FFS – NO FURTHER ACTION

Watch the video footage here Leicestershire Police are taking no further action against Ashley Davies, the son in law of the Atherstone Hunt chairman, who was filmed violently attacking and assaulting saboteurs who were filming the Atherstone Hunt. His attack concluded with him driving his quad bike into one of the saboteurs who ended up …