The judge in the James Gray trial has today ruled that video and photographic evidence from the trial can be released to the public.

On Friday H&H Online reported that the Sun newspaper had asked district judge Andrew Vickers, sitting at Bicester Magistrates’ Court, to make public photographs and video evidence shot at Spindle Farm during the RSPCA rescue.

James Gray, 45, his wife Julie, 41, and daughters Jodie, 26, and Cordelia, 20, deny 10 counts of causing unnecessary suffering to an animal, and two counts of neglecting an animal’s welfare.

A 15-year-old boy, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, faces the same charges.
The video can be downloaded from the link below.

RSPCA video footage

Warning: You may find this footage upsetting.