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Friday, 29 January 2016

Family of fox hunt protesters fined after taking own film to police

The debate over hunting with hounds (foxhunting) has been the subject protest over the years.  In 2005 and following pressure from various animal-rights lobby groups, the British government banned foxhunting – this followed a similar ban in Scotland in 2002. 

Whilst Rouster does not want to get embroiled in this controversy, this court case reported by STV’s News clearly shows the lengths that animal-rights protesters will go. Dressing like paramilitary terrorists, with covered faces, is not reasonable protest and for once this has been recognised by the courts. The animal-rights industry and its supporters seem to think that they are beyond the law and as this recent case shows, this is not the case.

Family of fox hunt protesters fined after taking own film to police

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