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Dorset poacher caught hefty sentence

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17 minutes ago, TonyOrmy said:

It's a disgrace what happend to that man and I hope he has appealed against a sentence straightaway  even if he was caught with a load rabbits still doesn't  deserve  that shit . He might of been on land with his dog  but I am sure if asked to leave .it would of been  so so simple   this country  is a f***ing joke  

It's a disgrace that people don't read the facts, the idiot was subject to a Criminal Behaviour Order for previous offences.He broke that order and is now suffering the consicuences.If a sign says the dog bites, you don't f***ing touch the dog.

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Ok fair enough might  of not read  the facts but still stand by what I said   he shouldn't of been  sentenced  atb tony 

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1 hour ago, TonyOrmy said:

Ok fair enough might  of not read  the facts but still stand by what I said   he shouldn't of been  sentenced  atb tony 

Why not? He was given a 2 year suspended sentence, if he broke the law again he would go to prison.He broke the law......What part don't you understand?  What about the  bloke the other day who was caught setting his dog on a cat?, Do you think he will do it again if it means prison?

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57 minutes ago, ArchieHood said:

It's a disgrace that people don't read the facts, the idiot was subject to a Criminal Behaviour Order for previous offences.He broke that order and is now suffering the consicuences.If a sign says the dog bites, you don't f***ing touch the dog.

Agreed he was taking a stupid and even bigger risk going lamping without permission whilst under a court order, but the point remains that something is motivating the police and courts to prosecute very harshly and they are justifying it with reasoning as dubious as the origins and enactment of the ban. The Rural Crimes Coordinator for Dorset says:

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“They train their dogs on rabbits, hares and even on deer, with no regard for the welfare of wildlife or their dogs and they are willing to travel vast distances in to other counties.

Is it now acceptable for authority figures to prejudge an entire group of people on the basis of very little knowledge or experience? For every tw@t with a lurcher or terrier, there are many more otherwise law abiding people that kill quickly and humanely and give over a significant portion of their lives to the training, exercise and welfare of their dogs that would shame most pet owners. I still can't see the difference between hunting with dogs, hunting with guns or killing in an abbattoir. In each case the quarry / animal will suffer a degree of stress. All lurcher and terrier owners are now prejudged by the police, the law courts and court of public opinion as scummy career criminals, whereas the other two ways of getting meat are still ok.

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22 minutes ago, Caravan Monster said:

Agreed he was taking a stupid and even bigger risk going lamping without permission whilst under a court order, but the point remains that something is motivating the police and courts to prosecute very harshly and they are justifying it with reasoning as dubious as the origins and enactment of the ban. The Rural Crimes Coordinator for Dorset says:

Is it now acceptable for authority figures to prejudge an entire group of people on the basis of very little knowledge or experience? For every tw@t with a lurcher or terrier, there are many more otherwise law abiding people that kill quickly and humanely and give over a significant portion of their lives to the training, exercise and welfare of their dogs that would shame most pet owners. I still can't see the difference between hunting with dogs, hunting with guns or killing in an abbattoir. In each case the quarry / animal will suffer a degree of stress. All lurcher and terrier owners are now prejudged by the police, the law courts and court of public opinion as scummy career criminals, whereas the other two ways of getting meat are still ok.

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On 28/11/2019 at 20:48, Blackmag said:

Not even stop end could pull that shot of 😁 and there's laws about just barrelling dogs and if like you said earlier most are getting slapped just for pulling lads what do you think or them would happen over a shot dog especially on a lead what area are you from John 

wrexham and it did happen it happened 5 years ago framers were drunk so they say and they chucked the dog in the river

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so they shot the dog took the lead of while the lad was holding it then carried it to the river and chucked it in whilst the lad just watched and they were  drunk and in charge of a fire arm which is a offence in itself and they got of with it 

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