Two saboteurs were in court last week on disruption charges, which were dropped during the trial. H&H reports on the full court hearing, including a conviction for assault
CHARGES of disrupting hunts were dropped against two saboteurs – although one was convicted of assault – after the prosecution tried to amend the charge during the trial.
You might also be interested in…
“Cherwell owns mainly play areas, grass verges, car parks and shopping malls — over which the only hunting that takes
’The chairman is to make formal complaints against the police and prosecutors’