Charges of illegal hunting against three members of the Devon and Somerset Staghounds have been dropped, a decision described by the Countryside Alliance as further evidence that the ban has failed.It seems the bunnyhuggers are getting out of their tree because the law states that you need to prove that someone is doing something illegal. And they weren't planning on having to account for that...
Strangely, standing there pointing at your arch enemies and saying 'Arrest them, officers, they're icky and we hates 'em!' doesn't fly in this country, despite the best that NuLab has done to it.
And if you are expecting the CPS to do some work for a change, well, forget that!
The CPS said yesterday that in the light of a High Court ruling in February, that it was for the prosecution to prove a hunt was not carrying out exempt hunting, it would drop the case.Oh,