Businessman – Goodbye Pert Breasts http://goodbyepertbreasts.com/ Fri, 18 Nov 2022 07:02:58 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon.png Businessman – Goodbye Pert Breasts http://goodbyepertbreasts.com/ 32 32 Retired businessman donates $3 million to 6 charities, including $500,000 to ST pocket money fund https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/retired-businessman-donates-3-million-to-6-charities-including-500000-to-st-pocket-money-fund/ Fri, 18 Nov 2022 07:02:58 +0000 https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/retired-businessman-donates-3-million-to-6-charities-including-500000-to-st-pocket-money-fund/ SINGAPORE — Retired businessman Loh Kiong Poot has donated $3 million to six charities, including $500,000 to the Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund (STSPMF). Since 2018, he has donated the same amount to the fund each year, contributing a total of $2.5 million. The other five charities, which received $500,000 each, are: Kwong Wai […]]]>

SINGAPORE — Retired businessman Loh Kiong Poot has donated $3 million to six charities, including $500,000 to the Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund (STSPMF).

Since 2018, he has donated the same amount to the fund each year, contributing a total of $2.5 million.

The other five charities, which received $500,000 each, are: Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital, Chung Hwa Medical Institution of Singapore, Tzu Chi Foundation, SG Enable and Community Chest.

The 78-year-old said: “If you have excess money, why would you continue to keep it? If you can donate and help people, just donate. That’s my principle.

The self-made businessman, who in 2019 said he hoped to make the donation an annual affair, presented a check to STSPMF Chairman Lee Su Shyan and General Manager Tan Bee Heong at the SPH News Center in Toa Payoh on Friday. .

Ms Lee said: ‘We very much appreciate Mr Loh’s generosity towards the various charities. His donation to the ST pocket money fund will go a long way in supporting our beneficiaries.

Mr Loh decided to increase his annual donation to $3 million in 2022 after selling his landed property in Telok Kurau to live in a condominium in Bishan in October and have the extra money to give away.

“I have already reached old age and money for me is not important, so whatever surplus I have I will donate,” said the pensioner, whose son and two daughters are married and have their own children.

He hopes his deed can inspire others to donate as well.

“As a Hakka, I hope the new generation of Hakkas will be generous in donating money,” he said.

Mr. Loh never forgot his own struggles to make ends meet when he was young.

At 14, he left school and ran away from home. He worked odd jobs, sometimes as a salesman in grocery stores and bookstores, living on around $20 a month. His nights were spent in a small shop belonging to one of his employers.

Mr. Loh entered the trading industry in 1974 and grew his business until his retirement in 1990 at the age of 47.

Since 1991, he has donated to charities, orphanages and temples in Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam.

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Two men who conspired to manipulate finance ministry recruitment processes avoid jail time https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/two-men-who-conspired-to-manipulate-finance-ministry-recruitment-processes-avoid-jail-time/ Tue, 15 Nov 2022 06:31:53 +0000 https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/two-men-who-conspired-to-manipulate-finance-ministry-recruitment-processes-avoid-jail-time/ A civil servant and businessman convicted of conspiring to manipulate IT recruitment at the federal finance ministry, avoided jail, after ruining their reputations, “probably out of greed”. Key points: Abdul ‘Alex’ El-Debel and Raminder Kahlon will serve intensive correction orders for conspiring to pile up federal recruiting El-Debel and Kahlon were convicted of the crime […]]]>

A civil servant and businessman convicted of conspiring to manipulate IT recruitment at the federal finance ministry, avoided jail, after ruining their reputations, “probably out of greed”.

Abdul ‘Alex’ El-Debel, 49, and Raminder Kahlon, 38, have been charged with conspiring with a third man to dishonestly obtain a benefit from the Commonwealth, by presenting candidates from companies with which they were associated.

Sentencing the men today, Judge Michael Elkaim noted that the crime was something of a “part-time conspiracy”, which lasted from March 2019 to June 2020.

He described how the plot worked, saying the three men were going to facilitate the procurement process for the benefit of candidates presented by certain companies, to earn the margins to be paid, which were then distributed to the men.

“I am … satisfied that the jury found beyond a reasonable doubt that the agreement involved an intent to dishonestly obtain the margin,” Judge Elkaim said.

Two companies were involved in the case; New Horizons and ALGORAM.

According to the prosecution, ALGORAM was a combination of the men’s names.

Judge Elkaim said today he rejects Kahlon’s claims that ALGORAM was not made up of the names of the men.

“He may be right, but he did it the wrong way”

Abdul El-Debel (pictured) and Raminder Kahlon were convicted of conspiracy to defraud the Commonwealth.(ABC News: Antoinette Radford)

It was a strange and difficult business from the start.

The jury witnessed an entire week of telephone interceptions conducted largely in Hindi and Punjabi, followed by translation.

But the main difficulty for the prosecution was that no monetary value was ever assigned to the loss.

Prosecutors told the jury that all that needed to be proven beyond a reasonable doubt was that the men intended to commit the crime, not that they actually did.

Defense attorneys pointed to the highly politicized environment, suggesting the charges may have been office politics.

El-Debel’s lawyer also pointed out that he declared a conflict of interest when recruiting for two key projects.

El-Debel also maintained that he only tried to get the best staff for the department and actually saved the government money.

“He may be right, but he did it the wrong way,” Judge Elkaim said.

The jury found both guilty on the conspiracy charge.

Jail ‘inevitable’ if fraud reveals significant loss to Commonwealth: judge

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Judge Michael Elkaim said Kahlon (pictured) and El-Debel were also responsible.(ABC News: Antoinette Radford)

Today Judge Elkaim noted that there was no remorse from the men.

He also said he rejected their lawyers’ arguments that each was guiltier than the other, saying he would treat them equally.

“At the end of the day, I am faced with the condemnation of two intelligent, successful and respected family men who, probably out of greed, ruined their reputations and harmed the lives of their families,” he said.

“Had the fraud revealed a material loss to the Commonwealth or a large quantifiable gain to the offenders, a full-time prison sentence would have been unavoidable.”

Instead, the men will serve intensive correctional orders for three and a half years and will also be required to complete 300 hours of community service.

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Filipino business people go to the ABAC meeting https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/filipino-business-people-go-to-the-abac-meeting/ Sat, 12 Nov 2022 16:00:00 +0000 https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/filipino-business-people-go-to-the-abac-meeting/ Iris Gonzales – The Filipina Star November 13, 2022 | 00:00 MANILA, Philippines — Filipino businesspeople will attend the APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC) summit meetings in Bangkok, Thailand, from November 14-18. Sabin Aboitiz, President and CEO of Aboitiz Group and member of the APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC) PH, will lead other business people […]]]>
Iris Gonzales – The Filipina Star

November 13, 2022 | 00:00

MANILA, Philippines — Filipino businesspeople will attend the APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC) summit meetings in Bangkok, Thailand, from November 14-18.

Sabin Aboitiz, President and CEO of Aboitiz Group and member of the APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC) PH, will lead other business people in the meetings with the aim of advancing the objectives of APEC.

The ABAC dialogue aims to revitalize the spirit of entrepreneurship and innovation in the region, while leveraging technology.

“We must all be constantly guided by a strong spirit of cooperation, not only between us as member nations, but also within ourselves as individual nations,” Aboitiz said.

Aboitiz will attend in his capacity as Co-Chair of ABAC’s Regional Economic Integration Working Group (REIWG) and Head of Services.

Other ABAC PH members present at the summit are Tomas Alcantara of the Alcantara Group and Joanne de Asis, Co-Chair of the ABAC Finance Working Group.

ABAC PH also includes Chairman Emeritus of Makati Business Club (MBC) Guillermo Luz and Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry Inc. (PCCI) Francis Chua.

Joining the Philippine delegation are Ginggay Hontiveros, AEV Reputation and Sustainability Manager, and Patrick Chua, MBC/ABAC Phl.

The summit will officially open on Nov. 14 with a ceremony presided over by Thai Deputy Prime Minister and Energy Minister Supattanapong Punmeechaow.

The ABAC Dialogue with Leaders will be held on November 18 with ABAC President and Chairman of the Federation of Thai Industries Krieng Thiennukul who is expected to present the ABAC 2022 report to the leaders.

APEC Chairman Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha will then deliver his response on behalf of APEC leaders, according to ABAC Phl.

This will be followed by breakout sessions where leaders from the public and private sectors will come together with their respective expertise to discuss economic recovery, sustainability, regional economic integration, digitalization and inclusion.

Aboitiz will be part of a group of ABAC members joined by heads of state and presidents of countries, including President Marcos, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea James Marape.

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US imposes sanctions on Sri Lanka-based businessman https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/us-imposes-sanctions-on-sri-lanka-based-businessman/ Wed, 09 Nov 2022 18:28:26 +0000 https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/us-imposes-sanctions-on-sri-lanka-based-businessman/ The United States has imposed sanctions on a Sri Lanka-based businessman identified as Mohamad Irshad Mohamad Haris Nizar, for his alleged links to a financial facilitator and plotter of al-Qaeda external operations. The U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) said Nizar was the business partner of Ahmed Luqman Talib (Talib), who was […]]]>


The United States has imposed sanctions on a Sri Lanka-based businessman identified as Mohamad Irshad Mohamad Haris Nizar, for his alleged links to a financial facilitator and plotter of al-Qaeda external operations.

The U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) said Nizar was the business partner of Ahmed Luqman Talib (Talib), who was previously designated by OFAC to facilitate the international movement of people and goods. finances in pursuit of al- Qaeda’s goals.

The US Treasury Department said Nizar had been Tali’s business partner in Sri Lanka since at least the end of 2018. Their business relationship in Sri Lanka generated nearly $200,000 in profits annually.

Nizar is named pursuant to EO 13224, as amended, for materially assisting, sponsoring, or providing financial, material, or technological support, or goods, or services to or in support of Talib.

“The Treasury is taking this action to further disrupt a transnational financial facilitation and operational conspiracy network of al-Qaeda,” said Under Secretary of the Treasury for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence Brian E. Nelson. “The United States continues to work with our foreign partners to counter the operational and financial activities of al-Qaeda and its associates, wherever located.

OFAC designated Talib pursuant to EO 13224, as amended, on October 19, 2020, for materially assisting, sponsoring, or providing financial, material, or technological support, or goods or services to or in support of al -Qaeda. Talib has conducted business all over the world including Brazil, Colombia, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Turkey and the Gulf. (Colombo Official Gazette)



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Delhi excise policy case: CBI pleads for accused businessman to become witness https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/delhi-excise-policy-case-cbi-pleads-for-accused-businessman-to-become-witness/ Mon, 07 Nov 2022 12:36:55 +0000 https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/delhi-excise-policy-case-cbi-pleads-for-accused-businessman-to-become-witness/ The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) tribunal is currently hearing a case concerning the investigative agency which pleaded for businessman Dinesh Arora, accused of Delhi’s excise policy, to become a witness. The CBI has requested approver status for Arora in the Delhi excise policy scam case. According to the news agency ANICBI Special Judge MK […]]]>

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) tribunal is currently hearing a case concerning the investigative agency which pleaded for businessman Dinesh Arora, accused of Delhi’s excise policy, to become a witness. The CBI has requested approver status for Arora in the Delhi excise policy scam case.

According to the news agency ANICBI Special Judge MK Nagpal, who is hearing the case today, said he was considering the request made before him by the CBI and would also issue an order for the proceedings to be held behind closed doors .

The CBI filed a plea in a Delhi court on Monday under Section 306 CrPC to make accused businessman Dinesh Arora a witness in the Delhi excise policy case. Notably, the CBI court had granted early bail to defendant Dinesh Arora after the CBI failed to object to the bail plea in the case a few days ago.

During Monday’s hearing, Dinesh Arora took an honesty oath to tell the truth and said he was prepared to voluntarily disclose his involvement in the alleged offences. “I have already cooperated with the investigation of the case by the CBI. I have also made certain statements before the OI in this regard,” Arora said.

The court noted that CBI, in its response against the early bail plea, stated that the applicant supported the investigation and disclosed certain facts that are vital to the investigation; therefore, the CBI has no objection if advance bail is granted to the applicant by this court.

The court further noted that, although from the content of the response filed by CBI, no immediate apprehension regarding the arrest of the petitioner, in this case, appears to be established, but still, bearing in mind bearing in mind the fact that the Applicant is one of the accused who is named in the FIR and further bearing in mind the fact that he allegedly made statements before the Investigator (IO) that are of a self-determined nature. – inculpatory.

It is ordered that in the event that the petitioner is to be arrested in this matter in the future, he be released on bail upon the furnishing of a personal surety in the amount of 1 lakh with a bond of similar amount to the satisfaction of the IO.

Arora’s early bail request was moved when Vijay Nair was arrested by the CBI and Sameer Mahendru was arrested by the ED.

CBI later arrested Hyderabad-based businessman Abhishek Boinpally amid an ongoing investigation into a case related to alleged irregularities in the development and implementation of excise policy from Delhi’s GNCTD.

On September 27, CBI arrested businessman Vijay Nair, former CEO of event management company Only Much Louder, during an investigation into the Delhi excise policy scam. against eight private individuals named as defendants in the case.

Among the officials charged are Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, then Excise Commissioner Arva Gopi Krishna, Deputy Commissioner Anand Tiwari and Deputy Commissioner Pankaj Bhatnagar.

The others are Manoj Rai, a former employee of Pernod Ricard; Amandeep Dhal, director of Brindco Sales; Sameer Mahendru, Managing Director of Indospirit Group; Buddy Retail and its director Amit Arora, Dinesh Arora, Mahadev Liquors, its authorized signatory Sunny Marwah and Arjun Pandey.

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Bay City businessman Art Dore dies at 86 https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/bay-city-businessman-art-dore-dies-at-86/ Thu, 03 Nov 2022 20:39:48 +0000 https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/bay-city-businessman-art-dore-dies-at-86/ Angela Mulka, Personal editor November 3, 2022 KALAMAZOO, MI – APRIL 2: Promoter Art Dore poses for a portrait during the Toughman Contest on April 2, 1998 in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Mandatory Credit: Al Bello/Allsport Photo Provided/Al Bello/Getty Images April 2, 1998: Promoter Art Dore looks on during the Toughman contest in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Mandatory Credit: […]]]>

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KALAMAZOO, MI – APRIL 2: Promoter Art Dore poses for a portrait during the Toughman Contest on April 2, 1998 in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Mandatory Credit: Al Bello/Allsport


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April 2, 1998: Promoter Art Dore looks on during the Toughman contest in Kalamazoo, Michigan.  Mandatory Credit: Al Bello/Allsport

April 2, 1998: Promoter Art Dore looks on during the Toughman contest in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Mandatory Credit: Al Bello/Allsport


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Art Dore is credited with turning Bay City’s Toughman Boxing into an international extravaganza.

Arthur P. Dore, a Bay City businessman and founder of the Toughman amateur sparring contest died Tuesday.

His daughter Beth Dore posted on Facebook on Thursday that he died on Wednesday, November 2, 2022. Born May 1, 1936, Art was 86 when he died.

“Today wasn’t going to be like any other day for me – it prepared me for almost anything – so I lift my chin, wiping away my tears… Rejoicing, we’ve spent 86 years with this man,” Beth wrote in the post. “He’s my dad and the most beloved dad in Bay City.”

Art owned several businesses in Bay City, including the Bay City Country Club, BARTS, and the Be Cool custom heater store in Essexville.

Funeral arrangements are pending at the time of writing and will be announced shortly, according to his family.

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Yacht owner and businessman Peter de Savary has died aged 78. https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/yacht-owner-and-businessman-peter-de-savary-has-died-aged-78/ Tue, 01 Nov 2022 12:22:16 +0000 https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/yacht-owner-and-businessman-peter-de-savary-has-died-aged-78/ Yacht owner and businessman Peter de Savary has died aged 78. An avid yachtsman, de Savary owned more than 30 boats during his lifetime, including a 30-meter river barge named CleverHollywood’s iconic yacht Kalizma and sailboat designed by Herreshoff Vagabond. The British entrepreneur also led the British challenge for the America’s Cup by the Royal […]]]>

Yacht owner and businessman Peter de Savary has died aged 78.

An avid yachtsman, de Savary owned more than 30 boats during his lifetime, including a 30-meter river barge named CleverHollywood’s iconic yacht Kalizma and sailboat designed by Herreshoff Vagabond.

The British entrepreneur also led the British challenge for the America’s Cup by the Royal Burnham Yacht Club in 1983. The team qualified for the Louis Vuitton Cup final but were beaten by the Australian syndicate of ‘Alan Bond, who went on to win the Auld Mug by beating the New York Yacht Club for the first time in 132 years.

De Savary was also a regular on the regatta circuit competing in the Newport Bucket and the St Barths Bucket.

Famously expelled from school at the age of 16, de Savary began his business empire with an export business to Africa in the 1960s. However, he is best known for his work in the hospitality industry. . He founded the St James’s Club franchise and launched the Carnegie Club at Skibo Castle, where Guy Richie married Madonna.

De Savary also invested heavily in Grenada, developing the Port Louis site as a marina and owning the Mount Cinnamon Resort on Grand Anse beach. During his colorful career, he also founded Pendennis Shipyard and served as chairman of Millwall Football Club.

De Savary is survived by his third wife and five daughters.

In memory/British investor Peter de Savary on the boats he loved and lost

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Sadness at the death of businessman and shooting legend, John Campbell – Donegal Daily https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/sadness-at-the-death-of-businessman-and-shooting-legend-john-campbell-donegal-daily/ Sat, 29 Oct 2022 12:12:33 +0000 https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/sadness-at-the-death-of-businessman-and-shooting-legend-john-campbell-donegal-daily/ The Twin Towns community today mourns the sad passing of local businessman and iconic sportsman John Campbell. Mr Campbell of Glenfin was the founder of Campbells Joinery Ballybofey. He was a true legend and a gentleman, a great character and one of the greatest of all time in the clay pigeon shooting circuit. Tributes poured […]]]>

The Twin Towns community today mourns the sad passing of local businessman and iconic sportsman John Campbell.

Mr Campbell of Glenfin was the founder of Campbells Joinery Ballybofey.

He was a true legend and a gentleman, a great character and one of the greatest of all time in the clay pigeon shooting circuit.

Tributes poured in for Mr Campbell following news of his passing this morning.

He is remembered as one of Ireland’s greatest skeet shooting ambassadors and a formidable competitor.

Mr Campbell had been involved in Irish clay pigeon shooting since 1975, when he was 39. Over the decades, he has made a huge contribution to the sport by accumulating an outstanding list of accomplishments.

It was the first Irishman to break 100 Possible at Grand American in Ohio, a feat he repeated for four years. On five World teams, taking him to Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Europe and the United States and ten European teams, he won gold and silver in France at Europeans with the gold in the three-way team and silver overall. .

John was part of the international team for thirty-three years in a row and captained it once. A three-time British Open finalist, three-time Home Country High Gun finalist, he holds five gold medals, eight silver medals and three bronze medals.

He was inducted into the prestigious Donegal Sports Stars Hall of Fame in 2017, having been a ten-time winner in the Clay Pigeon category.

Clubs across Ireland and the UK shared fond memories of John today and his valuable articles and lessons will be a legacy of his sportsmanship.

Condolences are extended to Mr. Campbell’s wife, Agnes and their children Collette, Brendan, Peter and Ciaran, who predeceased their son John and daughter Mary.

May he rest in peace.

Funeral details to be confirmed.

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Mutare businessman charged with murder -Newsday Zimbabwe https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/mutare-businessman-charged-with-murder-newsday-zimbabwe/ Tue, 25 Oct 2022 23:29:20 +0000 https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/mutare-businessman-charged-with-murder-newsday-zimbabwe/ To research Mutare businessman Daniel Magaisa has been arrested and charged with murder. It is alleged that over the weekend, Magaisa teamed up with his security guard, a boss and a person only identified as Wale, who is on the run to assault a robber at his nightclub, resulting in his death. The businessman and […]]]>

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Mutare businessman Daniel Magaisa has been arrested and charged with murder.

It is alleged that over the weekend, Magaisa teamed up with his security guard, a boss and a person only identified as Wale, who is on the run to assault a robber at his nightclub, resulting in his death.

The businessman and his co-defendant have since appeared in court and were given bail of $70,000 each by Mutare Magistrate Langton Carter.

According to a police memorandum dated October 23, the fourth defendant is at large.

Magaisa, known as Dhunza in the eastern border town, was arrested along with Kuda Chineuriri (29), a boss Blessing Makore (21) and a security guard.

The police memorandum states that Magaisa is the owner of Dhunza Night Club located at Boka Business Center, Dangamvura.

The police memo also says the deceased was at Dhunza nightclub when he allegedly stole a cellphone.

He was beaten by the quartet who used iron bars and wooden logs.

The note further claims that Magaisa was informed of the incident and allegedly participated in the assault on the deceased. They left him unconscious behind the store.

At around 07:00 the next morning, Venenzia Mapuranga, who is employed by the businessman, saw the body of the deceased lying lifeless behind a prefabricated wall. She telephoned Magaisa to inform her of the body.

The matter was then reported to the police, which led to the arrest of the defendants.

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Mystery businessman offers £50,000 for information about Chris Packham arson https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/mystery-businessman-offers-50000-for-information-about-chris-packham-arson/ Sat, 22 Oct 2022 19:00:00 +0000 https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/mystery-businessman-offers-50000-for-information-about-chris-packham-arson/ Mr Packham told BBC Crimewatch he feared the attack was designed to intimidate him into campaigning against blood sports. The day after the attack, he presented a 100,000-signature petition to Buckingham Palace calling on the royal family to conserve nature on their estates and reintroduce wildlife such as beavers and wild boar. Mr Packham has […]]]>

Mr Packham told BBC Crimewatch he feared the attack was designed to intimidate him into campaigning against blood sports.

The day after the attack, he presented a 100,000-signature petition to Buckingham Palace calling on the royal family to conserve nature on their estates and reintroduce wildlife such as beavers and wild boar.

Mr Packham has previously been targeted with dead animals including badgers, crows and foxes left in the same spot, and he also claims to have received credible death threats and droppings in the mail.

In an interview with the BBC after the attack, he defiantly said: “If you think that by burning down these doors I’m suddenly going to become a supporter, then you’re wrong. I will continue because I have no choice. I can’t and I won’t let your bullying take me away from my cause.

CCTV installed at Packham’s home captured the entire incident, but Hampshire Police were unable to establish exactly who was wearing the balaclava and for whom it worked.

Not a hunting, shooting or fishing enthusiast

The mysterious benefactor, who claims not to be a keen hunter, shooter or fisher, has appealed on a website to a number of potential parties, who he says could help.

These include professional car thieves, dockworkers, scrap metal workers or individuals in South Africa who may have handled the other vehicles used in the incident.

Any information that can be passed to the mystery businessman via the Country Squire blog will be passed on to Hampshire Police who investigated the attack.

Ironically, the Country Squire site writers are currently involved in a separate libel action with Mr Packham, but stressed the award had nothing to do with a fundraising appeal for their legal case.

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