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Lifelong anti bloodsports campaigner passes away

category international | environment | other press author Tuesday December 25, 2012 20:48author by Ban Cruel Sports Report this post to the editors

Sad to hear that a dedicated campaigner against blood sports in Ireland has passed away.

Protesters call for a ban on hare coursing
Protesters call for a ban on hare coursing

Hilda Allen, a lifelong advocate of a ban on hare coursing and other cruel practices, has died. Here's a link to a nice tribute to Hilda:

http://banharecoursinginireland.over-blog.com/article-l....html

Related Link: http://banharecoursinginireland.over-blog.com/article-l....html

Anti hare coursing picket in mid 1980s
Anti hare coursing picket in mid 1980s

Hilda Allen, longtime campaigner against bloodsports
Hilda Allen, longtime campaigner against bloodsports

author by End the scandal of live hare coursingpublication date Tue Dec 25, 2012 23:45Report this post to the editors

We need more people like Hilda Allen to stand up to the evil that is live hare coursing.

Let's end the nightmare of bloodsports
Let's end the nightmare of bloodsports

Captive hares waiting to be terrorized by coursing club
Captive hares waiting to be terrorized by coursing club

What Hilda wanted banned by law...
What Hilda wanted banned by law...

Certain politicians are working hard to keep THIS sick bloodsport LEGAL!
Certain politicians are working hard to keep THIS sick bloodsport LEGAL!

 
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