James Gray Royal Court of Justice London
Friday 11th April 2008

Following the unsuccessful attempt by a member of the Gray family to remove equines from a sanctuary today, Jamie Gray has taken out an emergency injunction in the High Court London, and is demanding they force the RSPCA to immediately return 29 equines he described in court as his 'pets'. To prevent our demonstration on Friday 18th April 2008. As yet none of the animals have gone back to Mr. Gray.

If anyone can get to the Royal Courts of Justice (Court 37) to protest outside at 10am tomorrow, please, please do so.

James Gray, Julie Gray, Cordelia Gray, Jodie Gray, all of Spindles Farm, Hyde Heath, and a youth who cannot be named, are charged with failing to meet the needs of 125 equines removed from the farm between 4th and 12th January this year.

They have pleaded innocent to all charges brought by the RSPCA and are due back in court for a pre-trial review on Monday 28th April 2008.

It is short notice, but if anyone wants to make their presence felt in support of the Amersham horses, this is their opportunity to do so. A peaceful demonstration with banners and placards would be good.


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