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PostSubject: RSPCA ....   Sat Apr 28, 2018 1:51 pm

just been reading an article on a website I go on...........there`s some interesting stuff on there, maybe this about the rspca might be helpful to our members at some time.


https://crimebodge.com/protecting-yourself-from-the-rspca-your-rights-when-the-animal-police-come-calling/
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PostSubject: Re: RSPCA ....   Sat Apr 28, 2018 4:58 pm

I do not know of any fancier who has had any visits from these sel;f apointed mislead individuals.

It is a the top as with our RPRA that the fault lies they have lost the original intention in many cases.

Anyone who mistreats an animal should be taken top task, there is no need for any animal to suffer unnecesserily.

But is there any real need for a private army?.

I saw a television programme regarding an event that concerned a duck that was resident on the local pond.

Some idiot had fired a bolt into the ducks neck, it had been reported to trhe RSPCA.

The duck was actually feeding well and showed no sign of discomfort, along comes the RSPCA brigade, two well uniformed persons armed with a net, chashed the duck all day no result.

This went on for four days until the whole brigade got involved, three vans six iniformed idiots and a boat and several nets.

They eventually caught the duck by which time it must have been caused far more distress than the bolt.

I believe the duck when reliesed was so traunatised by the handling and chasing that it flew from the pond and was probably shot by a shooting party and had for dinner.


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PostSubject: Re: RSPCA ....   Sat Apr 28, 2018 5:22 pm

there was a fancier a few years ago misty, a well known name if im correct, who had a visit from the rspca and police, they invited them selves into his home, took his computer, and "pigeon medication" .
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PostSubject: Re: RSPCA ....   Sat Apr 28, 2018 7:08 pm

it would be interesting to know the outcome of the event and on exactly what grounds this episode arose.

I do know that there has been talk recently that the right to procecute should be removed from the RSPCA.

I would have thought with all the crime that is going unsolved involving the most serious crimes the police would not have time to be involved with the RSPCA.


If more investigation by the ;police into the fact that the RSPCA kill many animals every year and the possibility that when in their care they are mistreated far more than when they are taken into their care the donations that support them may dry up.


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PostSubject: Re: RSPCA ....   Sat Apr 28, 2018 7:20 pm

its like a lot of things misty, the rspca have no powers of prosecution , they are not a judiciary, they can only do what any member of the public can do, and bring a private prosecution ....... when they visit with the police, this is basically a scare tactic, the police are there merely to stop a breach of the peace.....very much like when they accompany a debt collector / bailiff etc.

they cannot enter your home without consent , even the police need a warrant......a warrant to enter, and a warrant to search, without these, tell them to p*ss off.
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PostSubject: Re: RSPCA ....   Sun Apr 29, 2018 8:04 am

was it not bilco who got raided ...street cordoned ,pc taken etc...a real to do for a guy keeping a few pigeons Rolling Eyes
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PostSubject: Re: RSPCA ....   Sun Apr 29, 2018 9:36 am

oldstrain wrote:
was it not bilco who got raided ...street cordoned ,pc taken etc...a real to do for a guy keeping a few pigeons Rolling Eyes
Believe so, with RSPB involvement not RSPCA, but still not right when you consider the life changing crimes going unchallenged.
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PostSubject: Re: RSPCA ....   Sun Apr 29, 2018 10:29 am

oldstrain wrote:
was it not bilco who got raided ...street cordoned ,pc taken etc...a real to do for a guy keeping a few pigeons Rolling Eyes


yes that's the one Darren, couldn't remember who it was, but knew it was someone well known......I suppose the same will apply to the rspb colin, they have no powers, just like the rspca don't.
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