Ex huntsman pleads guilty to assault of two sabs

28th June 2021 From Herefordshire Hunt Sabs GARRY WILLIAMS GUILTY OF ASSAULT Today Garry Williams ex huntsman of the Ross Harriers changed his plea to guilty on two counts of assault with beating against two of our sabs. Violence against sabs is never acceptable and runs the risk of causing serious injury or death. Today's …

Evil fucker

Evil thug forced his dogs to tear animals apart and took selfies with the remains ***WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT*** 'Blood sport' loving Antony Holloway has dodged jail and been banned from keeping dogs for just four years after making his pets fight badgers and foxes to death 24th June 2021 A barbaric animal abuser posed for …

Guilty

Message from Peterborough Hunt Sabs Hunt thug guilty on multiple charges 24th June 2021 Today at Leicester Magistrates court, part time scaffolder and full time hunt thug Andrew Kean pleaded guilty to four different offences after he caused a collision between his quad bike and a Peterborough Hunt Sabs vehicle at a meet of the …

Rathfriland man accused of ‘baiting badgers’ walks free after winning appeal against jail term

Thursday 17 June 2021 A RATHFRILAND man accused of “baiting badgers” has walked free from court after his prison sentence was suspended when his appeal was heard this morning (Thursday). Paul Michael Reavey, 53, of Lisnaree Road, near Shinn, was convicted of causing unnecessary suffering to a Patterdale Terrier last month. He had been ordered …

Rathfriland man accused of ‘baiting badgers’ is jailed

Wednesday 5 May 2021 "AN APPALLING act of cruelty" has led to a Rathfriland man being handed a jail sentence as a judge said his actions were "something from the Middle Ages". Paul Michael Reavey, 53, of Lisnaree Road, near Shinn, was convicted of causing unnecessary suffering to a Patterdale Terrier. The judge said what …

Agriculture official admits to animal neglect charges at Co Sligo farm

14th June 2021 Meet the top agriculture official whose job it was to help protect farm animals - but who instead inflicted "the greatest form of cruelty" on cattle on his own 200 acre farm. Inspectors who visited senior Department of Agriculture official Bernard Brian Kilgariff's farm in Bricklieve, Sligo discovered: Carcasses of animals that …