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Sheep illegally slaughtered at Wrexham farm for Muslim festival
Four Turkish men have admitted their roles in the unlawful slaughtering of sheep as part of a Muslim tradition.
Cumalia Acun, 32, Fatti Acun, 26, Ismail Arslan, 24, and Hadyar Ayhan, 28, pleaded guilty to a combined nine charges when they appeared at court yesterday.
The animals, who were inappropriately restrained by having their legs tied together, were killed at Llechrydau Farm on the Wrexham/Shropshire border on October 4 last year so they could be eaten by the men during a Muslim religious festival.
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