الثلاثاء 16 شوال 1443هـ - 17-05-2022م

London’s fox hunter got fined

London’s fox hunter got fined

In a first-of-its-kind trial, a famous huntsman was fined 3500€ for encouraging illegal hunting acts.

The director of the Masters of Foxhounds Association, Mark Hankinson, had advised hunters to ignore trail-hunting and illegally hunt foxes, as the judge said.

Westminster Magistrates’ Court said he encouraged hunter via two ZOOM webinars in august last year. As he said to use trail-hunting as a “smokescreen” to carry out illegal hunting schemes.

Despite Hankinson denying the accusations, the court found him guilty and fined him 3500€, and some of the UK’s biggest landowners, including National Trust and United Utilities, had suspended trail-hunting in their lands and will carry on a vote later this month to decide whether they would allow it back or not.

 

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Immigrants pretend to be children when they are adults in order to take on asylum from the UK, X-ray of their forearms or DNA tests will be used to verify their applications.

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