Cyril Wilson the latest to be charged for live baiting

AT least 10 greyhound trainers have now faced Ipswich Magistrates Court in relation to the live-baiting scandal with Marburg's Cyril Wilson the latest to be charged for animal cruelty.

The 63-year-old appeared at the courthouse yesterday to answer for five charges of serious animal cruelty which allegedly took place from August 31, last year to January 9.

Wilson had the matter adjourned to July 1 - the same day a string of other trainers including Tom Noble, Reg Kay and

Julie Edmondson are due to reappear in court for similar charges.

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