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‘I don’t want him to go to jail, I just want him to change his attitude’

The owner of a south-west dairy where an animal activist broke in and stole a calf says he’s disappointed with the sentence handed down.

James Warden was given a 12 month suspended prison sentence after being found guilty in the Perth Magistrates Court yesterday.

He was also convicted of trespassing at a Pinjarra piggery in a separate incident.

Outside court Warden vowed to continue to fight for animal rights despite being warned another offence would land him in jail.

Owner of White Rocks Dairy Michael Partridge told Gareth Parker on Mornings it’s clear Warden is snubbing his nose at society in general.

(Pic: Heather McNeill/WAtoday)

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