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RSPCA drops its last hunting case


RSPCA drops its last hunting case

The RSPCA has dropped its last hunting prosecution, six months after an independent review questioned its policy of pursuing hunts through the courts. The animal welfare charity said it had halted its prosecution of a master of the Cattistock hunt in Dorset after deciding there was no “realistic prospect of securing a conviction”. William Bryer had been due to stand trial in April for hunting a wild animal with dogs, under the 2004 Hunting Act. His prosecution was based on video evidence collected by another animal rights group, the International Fund for Animal Welfare. Mr Bryer said: “In the 10 years since the Hunting Act came into force no one involved with the Cattistock hunt has been convicted of breaking the law. “I am very pleased that the RSPCA has finally seen sense and dropped the case against me, but there was never any justification for it in the first place.” The ban on using dogs to hunt foxes, hare, mink and deer is a decade old (Alamy) An independent review commissioned by the charity last year questioned its policy of bringing private prosecutions and said the charity should rely more on the police and Crown Prosecution Service to prosecute. Stephen Wooler, a former Chief Inspector of the Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate, was appointed to look at the charity’s controversial prosecutions policy after months of criticism triggered by the RSPCA’s decision to bring a £326,000 private prosecution against the Heythrop hunt. Tim Bonner, director of campaigns for the Countryside Alliance, added: “This was the only outstanding prosecution of a hunt by the RSPCA and we hope it will be the last time the charity involves itself in such a case. “There is a clear conflict of interest in a political campaigning organisation bringing prosecutions of this sort and the RSPCA should take the advice of its own independent reviewer and leave such allegations to be independently considered by the police and Crown Prosecution Service.” The League Against Cruel Sports is pressing ahead with another prosecution against the Lamerton Hunt in Devon. The Tories have said they will try to repeal the ban if re-elected (Alamy) A spokeswoman for the RSPCA said: “Although the defence accepted that the animal seen in the footage was a fox and that it was chased by the hounds, it is claimed that the huntsman was unaware of this and that the hunt was engaged in lawful trail hunting. “For a prosecution to succeed, the prosecutor must satisfy the court that the defendant intended to hunt a wild mammal and, having considered all the evidence now available, the RSPCA concluded there no longer remains a realistic prospect of securing a conviction and as such has notified all parties to confirm its intention to discontinue the proceedings.” The Conservative Party has said it will try to repeal the 10-year-old hunting ban if it wins the election.


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