Hunt Saboteurs Association News Release 24th Jan 2017

The fox cub killing South Herefordshire Hunt have announced they will be hunting this Saturday at the home of ex-master Patrick Darling, Caradoc Court, Ross On Wye. The hunt are currently suspended by the Masters of Foxhounds Association (MFHA) whilst the investigation continues into employees of the hunt who were filmed throwing fox cubs to the hounds before disposing of the bodies.

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The hunt were filmed and exposed by the Hunt Investigation Team and haven't hunted since due to their suspension. They have been vilified by both pro and anti-hunt organisations and may well shut down as a result of the expose.

 

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Lee Moon, Spokesperson for the Hunt Saboteurs Association, stated: “We despise all hunts and hunters but the South Herefordshire are the lowest of the low. If they attempt to hunt they should be in no doubt that hunt saboteurs will be present in significant numbers to ensure they are unable to do so. Even the MFHA, their own organisation, is so disgusted by the South Herefordshire's activities that they have suspended them from hunting whilst the police investigation continues. It shows the arrogance of these people that they are willing to ignore their own ruling body.”