UK animal welfare extremists jailed
This article was originally published in Scrip
Seven UK animal welfare extremists were last week sent to prison for between four and 11 years each for conspiracy to blackmail companies that supplied animal testing laboratories. Three had earlier pleaded guilty to the offence, while four were convicted of the same offence after a three-month trial at Winchester Crown Court.
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