Body Camera for Liverpool Hunt Sabs

Sabbing can be dangerous with many of us experiencing violence and aggressive behaviour from huntsmen and hunt supporters. We are looking to raise funds in order to buy a new small body camera which will enable us to film the hunts discretely and ensure we capture vital evidence which may lead to a prosecution.  A body camera will also help us to document any illegal hunting, giving us concrete evidence and ensuring a conviction.

Here is the link to our fundraiser: https://gogetfunding.com/body-camera-for-liverpool-hunt-sabs/

Any donation, no matter how small will help us massively and will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you!

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About Liverpool Hunt Saboteurs

Hunting with hounds was banned in England & Wales in 2005, however most hunts continue much as they did before. The police rarely help enforce the Hunting Act, due to a combination of ignorance on hunting techniques and interpretation of the law, and bias towards those who hunt and against those who try to stop it. In theory hunting with hounds is a thing of the past but in practice countless animals are pursued and ripped to pieces by hunts in the UK every week. Liverpool hunt saboteurs have experience of using non-violent direct action tactics to save the lives of thousands of hunted animals every season. From the use of hunting horns and voice calls to call off hounds from the scent at foxhunts, to standing in front of shooting butts on grouse moors, to wading through rivers at minkhunts, wherever animals are being hunted for fun, hunt saboteurs will be there, protecting our wildlife from the "sportsmen" who get their kicks from killing.
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