UK newspapers attack children

The London-based Daily Mirror, Evening Standard and Sun have lashed out at children who go on hunting holidays. The news websites put up photographs of the children, easily identifying them. The Daily Mirror headline is: ‘Children encouraged to kill animals on sick trophy hunting holidays’. Read the story here.

Daily Mirror writer Nara Fahoud raided the Umlilo Safaris’ website, in order to steal photographs and pick on the kids.

Family-run and based in South Africa’s Eastern Cape, Umlilo offers 30 game animals for hunting, which form the cornerstones of a 10,000-acre+ conservation area.

Here is Umlilo’s promo video:

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