D-Day looms for seven greyhound trainers

AT LEAST seven prominent greyhound trainers are due to reappear in Ipswich Magistrates Court today to face animal cruelty charges in connection to the live-baiting scandal.

Among those on the list include Tom Noble, 68, Reg Kay, 73 and former United Queensland Greyhounds Association president Deborah Arnold, 66. Their cases had been adjourned for a committal mention at 2pm today.

They were arrested by officers in a joint police and RSPCA investigation into alleged animal cruelty in the greyhound industry.

 



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