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Jan 19Liked by Charlie Moores

The more the public are exposed to it, the better. Take their heads out of the sand!

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These despicable vermin words fail me, i attended the atrocious sceens at Altcar were i witnessed this first hand these scum derive pleasure not only killing hares but also the hounds were spared no compassion a lurcher had broken its leg giving chase and was dragged by the scruff to a waiting van until a sab interveined and asked to take the dog to a vet god only knows what was going to happen to it but we insisted and eventually Altcar was banned evil beyind words 😪😪😪

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utterly depraved

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No hunting with anything ! No dogs , ferrets, traps or anything else . Its barbaric. We must look out for our wild life and stop all cruelty.

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Jan 19Liked by Charlie Moores

May I say from Scotland that it takes place all over Scotland. Hare corsing is rife and the Scottish polis aren't interested . Generally young men culpable. Hares are an easy target, I could probably catch one in my hands.

Not so young men are still laughing and catching them. The Scottish polis know and let it go unless they've got an issue with someone involved. They give no shit..not interested

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Disgusting!!

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Thank you for your continued efforts to highlight this depraved behaviour and the suffering it causes. I often wonder how these sadists treat humans, their twisted values must leak into their everyday lives.

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They kill people for entertainment in some parts of the world You've only to look at Hitler in WW2. Ukraine in modern times.. It should be government who stops the hunting for fun, but your can bet there are MPs who are amongst the hunters.

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I also find it interesting how does society call itself compassionate while these violent and brutal crimes are organised for entertainment. Doesn't seem to make sense. Do upper class people enjoy causing suffering? And if so, are the rest of us doing something wrong? How does one glean enjoyment from the observation of suffering that one causes? Is that what evil is?

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The screams of an injured or distressed hare resembles that of a human infant. We are told that a caught hare is despatched by a picker-up within three seconds, but this is by no means always the case. In a well-documented and much sneered at instance in 1975, a hare was screaming in the jaws of a hound for over two minutes before having it’s neck broken by a picker-up. (The event was filmed but labelled as rigged by bloodsports supporters who were shown the extract as part of the evidence against coursing in the House of Lords enquiry).

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It’s still surprise me that some people think this is okay. No wonder Mother Nature tries to kill us every 100 years.

We.Are.Parasites. This literally sickens me, because I love animals more than people and this why. ( In my darker side of my mind I wish that all those people suffer all the same ways that they killed those poor animals,

Each.And.Every.Single.One. Of those animals. )

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It breaks my heart to read about this cruel sport. The hunting of mammals bill must be brought into law, then people who organise and attend this should be arrested/charged and put in prison.

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There is no species that is safe from the sadistic scumbags who think seeing an animal ripped apart is sport !! SPORT is wen your willing to compete , animals don’t have a choice and it’s wrong very wrong !

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We both know that no matter what, some people will still manage to use suffering to earn money even if there is a ban on it. And it isn’t because it’s effective. To them, i t ‘ s f u n .

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It needs to be filmed and put on television, then there would be an outcry.

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😥🤬🤬 Can't believe that this vile horror is still being allowed, in this day & age. This horrendous torture MUST STOP NOW.🙏

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