Croydon: ‘”Fox hunt” protest at police’s blind eye’

Posted on October 26, 2012


Today (26th October), a brief item was posted on titled ‘”Fox hunt” protest at police’s blind eye’.

‘… A “FOX hunt” was staged in Croydon on Tuesday to promote the protection of animal rights.

Employees from Lush in North End dressed as foxes and were chased by members of staff dressed as police officers.

The protest dramatised the idea that police turn a blind eye to wildlife crime, while surveying and intimidating animal rights, environmental and peace activists.

The National Wildlife Crime unit has 15 staff and an annual budget of £397,000. This is compared with 100 staff from three national police units who are responsible for combating domestic extremism …’

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