Vehicle for Devon County Hunt Saboteurs!

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By funding sabs you endorse the illegal activity which they conduct. Badger cull, they spend all their time trying to stop or hinder the cull. This is a legal activity, regardless of your view it is an offence to obstruct a legal activity. Straying off footpaths trespass, hanging around on a foot path to obstruct a lawful activity Again illegal. While out in the cull zones these people stumble across pheasant pens, they have been smashing them up destroying feeders, drinkers and shelters. Leaving 8 week old birds to suffer as they thought the drinker was a snare! animal cruelty !! Tearing down fences, leaving livestock to wonder and put them in harms way. If this is what they want them to do they should fund themselves.

Terry Sunshine

Posted On Oct 06, 2017

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Best of luck with your campaign- AT

Alice Thelurcher

Backed On Feb 23, 2016 Amount Hidden

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naomi

Backed with £10.00 On Feb 09, 2016

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Raised on tour with Trust Fund, Dirty Girl, Disappointment and Personal Best. It's raffle pickin' time.

Raffle Pickin-Time

Backed with £50.00 On Feb 09, 2016

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Deborah Cramer

Backed with £20.00 On Feb 02, 2016

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Hope you get a sab vehicle soon

Guest

Backed with £20.00 On Feb 01, 2016

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Sorry I can't give more

Sharon Maklowicz

Backed with £10.00 On Jan 31, 2016

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I would like to give more but on a pension it is not possible..

Paul Amos

Backed with £10.00 On Jan 31, 2016

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Anonymous

Backed with £10.00 On Jan 31, 2016

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It's not much but hope it helps! Keep up the great work!

Jenny Jones

Backed with £20.00 On Jan 31, 2016

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