Peter Glenser QC represents hunt master after he was prosecuted for confrontation with saboteur

25 April 2018

Peter Glenser QC represents a hunt master, who is considering taking legal action against prosecutors after he was wrongly convicted of intimidating one of Britain's most notorious saboteurs over his "kidnapped" dog.

The police and the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) have been accused of wasting time and resources after taking Kim Richardson to court for confronting Raoul D’Monte, whose groups of saboteurs were holding one of his favourite hounds in their van.

After a year long battle a Crown Court judge has now overturned his conviction for harassment, saying that he did not find Mr D'Monte was intimidated and Mr Richardson was reasonable in trying to get his pet back. Full Daily Telegraph story here.