Hunt saboteurs who trolled the family of a dead huntswoman should be ashamed of themselves
There are three kinds of hunt saboteurs. There are the principled ones, there are the paid ones and then there are the just plain nasty ones.
News that the family of a huntswoman, Jane Goring (also known as Jane Miller), aged just 57 and married to a member of The Goring Hotel dynasty, was followed by a Facebook group named ‘Stop the Cull’ trolling her family. They announced:
“We hear that Jane Miller, the woman who had some very violent tendencies towards hunt saboteurs [Mrs Goring had faced prosecution over an altercation with a saboteur], has died whilst out drag hunting.”
“She won’t be missed by us.”
Another, an “animal rights activist” and plainly vile creature called Taylor Yates, added: “Karma came back to you! Good riddance, animal murderer!” whilst an equally repugnant woman named Sossie Moss commented: “I don’t give a toss about its family neither most likely the same as that murderer!”
Whatever one’s views on hunting, one must condemn this kind of hateful activity against a grieving family. Shame on ‘Stop the Cull,’ Sossie Moss and Taylor Yates.
Other disgraceful comments from members of ‘Stop the Cull’ included:
“That’s one way of getting out of going to court” – Sam Stevens
“One awful person less to worry about” – Linda Coyne
“She appeared to be a deeply unpleasant and entitled individual so can’t say I’m sorry to read this – One less animal abuser in the world” – Joanna Bottiglieri
“If you do bad in this world it comes back to bite you” – Laird Dawn Bevans
“Karma dealt her hand and she got what she deserved” – Reasha Anikea Zyana Deams
“I think I’ll have a large whisky to drown my sorrows” – Ronnie Kimmel