ref date:31 Jan 2002 (ENV)
Blood lust boss says he'll quit Scotland if wildlife protection bill passes
Duncan Leggat runs the Leggat Plant company from his headquarters at Barrhead, near Glasgow.
He is one of the sick group of people that like to chase wild animals with dogs and horses, then watch them being tron to pieces with the help of hunting dogs. They call it sport as they sip Pimms and cradle their fat backsides on their horses.
The Scottish parliament is set to ban fox hunting and hare coursing permanently. This is a change of life, but one for the better, where sick adults will be denied their grotesque pleasures.
As parents we spend time showing our children its good to care for pets and take them for walks in the country to LOOK at its beauty. We also know that people who hurt animals are
more likely to hurt their children or to become murderers and rapists because they have a twisted sense of life. Why then do these sick blood lust supporters bleat THEY are being victimised?
Leggat said "I have lived and worked in Scotland all my life. However, if you choose to destroy my way of life, I will leave this country and take the 50 jobs we provide in this area with me." He says of the passing of the Protection of Wild Mammals (Scotland) Bill: Many law-abiding people, including myself, will become criminalised, jobs will be lost, and hundreds of well cared for healthy hounds will have to be shot."
TOO BAD. THE BLOOD MONEY YOU HELP GENERATE DOES NOT BELONG IN A CIVILISED SOCIETY.