A tiger poacher convicted this week in an Indian court and his six accomplices get seven years in jail.
Juhru had been implicated in 14 wildlife crime cases, including six cases of tiger poaching. He has previously been convicted in at least two cases of leopard poaching and one case of tiger poaching in 2003 at Sariska Tiger Reserve. He was sentenced to five years each in the leopard cases, and seven years for the tiger case.
The Wildlife Trust of India assisted in the prosecution.
See more about this story in the Times of India