Investigators receive almost £50,000 compensation after being attacked at Belvoir Hunt meet
Two League Against Cruel Sports investigators who were brutally attacked while filming the Belvoir Hunt have received almost £50,000 in compensation for the injuries they sustained.
One of the investigators, former policeman Darryl Cunnington, had his neck broken in three places during the assault. Roger Swaine, a field operator for the League Against Cruel Sports, was also injured and had his video camera stolen.
The attack took place in March 2016 as the investigators monitored the activities of the Belvoir Hunt from a public bridleway near Stathern.
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