Case against foxhunter who ran over protester is dropped

9 Feb

charges dropped against fohunter who did this to hunt saboteur

The UK’s Crown Prosecution Service has caused outrage by announcing that it has decided to drop a case against a foxhunter who ran over a peaceful protester last August.

The force of the impact left the hunt saboteur suffering 7 broken ribs, a collapsed lung and trauma to her shoulder. She had to be airlifted from the scene and hospitalised for two weeks.

The CPS says it has dropped the case due to “insufficient evidence” – despite the entire incident being filmed. Watch the video at http://vimeo.com/118537772

The Dorset Hunt Sabs are urging people to contact the CPS to ask them why this case has been dropped.

Email: victimliaison.southwest@cps.gsi.gov.uk
Tel: 0117 930 2800 (Bristol, UK)
Tweet to: @AGO_UK

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