Jay TiernanJay Tiernan. © Christopher Jones/REX
A badger cull protester who harassed West Country farmers in a “wilful and serious” breach of court orders has failed in an Appeal Court bid to clear his name. Jay Tiernan narrowly escaped being sent straight to prison in December last year, after judge Sir David Eady found him guilty of nine counts of contempt of court. The transgressions related to an injunction against anti-badger cull protesters to protect farmers from intimidation and harassment, which was secured by the NFU in […]
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