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Science News: Foxhunting prosecution professor 'misrepresented science'

A professor who has been an expert witness in hunting prosecutions and provided key evidence for the foxhunting ban has been accused of “manipulating” evidence in an academic row. Prof Stephen Harris, a retired Bristol University academic, has been accused of “cherry-picking” studies, allowing him to “ignore or misrepresent the science that had been contrary…


Source:www.telegraph.co.uk


Posted: 2018-08-11 20:23:00

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