An East Kent hunt saboteur was taken to hospital following an assault in Canterbury
The gang of hunt saboteurs (SAB’s) aimed to stop the hunters killing foxes however encountered a dangerous situation.
The SAB’s allegedly had equipment stolen, were attacked and had one girl taken to hospital with a broken rib.
A member of the East Kent SAB’s says:
“The girl in question is out of hospital with suspected broken ribs, and is in great pain.
“The man who did it has been identified.
“As it is a “live” investigation we cannot comment anymore”
Kent Police were called to the incident at 2pm following a report of a disturbance.
Steve Knight, Kent Police Press Office, says:
“Kent police was called at 2.02pm on Saturday 16 December to a report of a disturbance on land off Alkham Valley Road in Alkham, near Folkestone.
“Officers attended and spoke to members of a group who reported that assaults had been committed against them by others who had since left the location.
“Enquiries into the allegations are ongoing”