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KARMA: Huntswoman who in the past had whipped animal rights activists is crushed by her horse

Jane Miller, 57, made headlines for thrashing the animal rights activist up to 17 times with her riding crop and calling protesters ‘uneducated peasants’ in 2017.

ZOE DREWETT: ‘A huntswoman filmed whipping a saboteur was crushed to death when her horse fell on top of her at a later drag hunt, a coroner has ruled. Jane Miller, 57, made headlines for thrashing the animal rights activist up to 17 times with her riding crop and calling protesters ‘uneducated peasants’ in 2017. Just weeks before her death she was told she faced a private prosecution for assault.

Estate manager and farmer Ms Miller, who was also known as Jane Goring, was on another drag hunt on 6 November last year when her horse became tangled in barbed wire and became distressed, the inquest heard. Coroner Simon Wickens was told that as she attempted to calm the animal, it reared and fell backwards, crushing her to death…

The famer’s husband Richard Goring, 79, who she lived with on the £1million Rabbits Farm estate in Heathfield, East Sussex, was present at the inquest. Ms Miller became famous after she was filmed hitting Brighton Hunt Saboteurs members Simon Medhurst and Shirley Makin repeatedly with her riding crop. Her family were sent vicious hate mail by trolls after her death, saying they were not sorry and it was ‘karma’.’  SOURCE…

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