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09.09.2012

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Major cockfighting raid, but RSPCA suspects it\'s widespread MP3

The RSPCA says it suspects cockfighting happens Australia-wide, despite it being illegal. The roosters are dosed up on drugs and made to wear razor sharp spurs in a fight to the death. A raid on some sheds in Melbourne's outer west on the weekend is being counted as a major win against the banned blood sport. Source: abc.net.au

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