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(Guardian)   Gangs gradually getting out of distributing meth and crack cocaine in favor of lucrative new "wildlife crime" markets   (theguardian.com) divider line 5
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2014-08-10 12:08:42 PM
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There is no doubt in my mind that this is being driven by Chinese men with fat wallets and limp dicks.  It always is, when poaching is involved.

/I wish they believed that feral pigeon meat gives you a big dick
2014-08-10 10:56:34 AM
1 votes:
Rickey and Julien start up their pet assassination business again?
2014-08-10 12:33:53 AM
1 votes:
does the hare get f*cked?
proper f*cked?
2014-08-09 11:38:30 PM
1 votes:
When hare coursing is outlawed, only outlaws will be able to course hares!
2014-08-09 11:29:26 PM
1 votes:
Sorry, but this whole thing reeks of bullshiat to me. Gangs are going to urban parks and the countryside and killing rabbits, deer, foxes and the occasional badger with pesticides and making £10,000 a month doing it? The police have no statics on this, but this Wildlife Preservation  Charity magically has reliable information?

"Poaching, poisoning and the theft of animals may sound like activities from Britain's past, but modern gangs are muscling in on the act.
A new report claims the scale of the problem is being hidden and that gangs are making large sums of money from illegal activities such as hare-coursing, raking in up to £10,000 a month in one case, while poaching of fish and deer is common and as likely to happen in urban parks as in the countryside."

You don't think maybe there's a whole-lotta-fund-raising-going-on, do you? Hmmmmm

"The report has been endorsed by the charity's celebrity backers - actor and writer Stephen Fry, Deborah Meaden of Dragons' Den and zoologist Charlotte Uhlenbroek - who all signed an open letter that called poachers in the UK just as morally reprehensible as people who shoot endangered animals abroad."
 
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